Forty Farms - Conversations about change in the landscapes of Cumbria
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This also marks the opening of a major free exhibition at Rheged, Penrith, Cumbria, featuring the photographs I captured for the book, which will run until 4th January 2023. It felt wrong to walk on these tiles, such is their beauty and delicacy.” The Minton tiles, St George’s Hall, Liverpool SKU: 7525 Categories: All Titles, Countryside, Countryside, Environment, Cumbrian Books, Cumbrian Outdoors, Family, Farming, History, Lake District History, People, Photography, Pictorial, Social History, UK Books
MISS POTTER is an enchanting love story inspired by the life of Beatrix Potter - the most successful children’s author of all time. Set in London and the Lake District in 1902, the film stars Academy Award winner Renée Zellweger as Beatrix Potter, and charts the... Forty Farms from British Life Photographer of the Year, Amy Bateman, opens in the Gallery at Rheged, Penrith from today (Fri) to January 4 2023. I’m attracted to slightly broken people who have a desire to get fixed.” Con O’Neill talks to Northern Soul
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The exhibition is also supported by a Forty Farms Festival of talks, debates, films and creative classes, which will run from September-December, a full program diary of events will be unveiled at Rheged.
It has allowed us to improve our farm business through the implementation of Wi-Fi heat detection ankle bands on our herd, and thus improving our business productivity. The idea for Forty Farms was devised by publisher and Lake District enthusiast, David Felton of Inspired by Lakeland. He approached me about creating the book together.
B4RN Interview: Forty Farms Photographer Amy Bateman
The book has evolved into the Forty Farms Exhibition, offering a unique insight into the everyday lives, fears and hopes of 40 extraordinary farmers, through photography, products, film and words to create an immersive experience. Over the course of a year, Amy conducted frank conversations about the financial challenge of farming in post-Brexit Britain; the tightrope balance of producing quality food in nature-rich landscapes; and the highs and lows of working in an area internationally famed for its beauty.