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The news you’ve all been waiting for!
While our dancing duo did not win, the pair were given a fantastic score of four 8’s and landed 4th place. Most importantly, they helped in raising over £3,500 for farming charity Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution!
The fundraising event was a huge success, attended by over 175 people and a fantastic night for all.
Congratulations to Fiona and Richard on you’re excellent efforts, you’re both winners in our eyes and we hope to see you Cha Cha Cha’ing around the farm from time to time!
Get ready for some serious travel envy, courtesy of our Adventure Sports department who have just returned from a trip in the Lakes.
The College residential took place in Buttermere over an action abundant week that included climbing, kayaking and gorge scrambling. The second years even spent an additional night on Loweswater in a bothy!
Just one of the many beautiful locations Adventure Sports at Askham Bryan can take you.
We were pleased to welcome 21 students from ESF Island School in Hong Kong to our farm today!
The students, who are drawn from around the world to study an extensive cookery course at the school, visited the college as part of a week-long cultural tour of the region with Yorkshire Food Finder.
The group were keen to learn about farming and food production as part of their studies and meet cows for the very first time.
We’re glad the group had a fantastic time and hope they enjoy the rest of the tour!
We were extremely pleased to welcome BBC Look North to our York campus farm for the second time in two weeks!
A BBC TV Journalist joined five of our Agriculture students to interview them on what attracted them to farming, their career aspirations and the future of the industry.
We hope to see the interviews on BBC1, 6.30pm tonight or later on iPlayer!