ITV News interview with Liz Webster

On Back British Farming Day, ITV News visited Liz at her Wiltshire farm to hear about her concerns for the farming industry.

Plumpton College on Back British Farming Day

Save British Farming sent one of our campaign coordinators to Plumpton Agricultural College in Brighton.

BBC Radio Wiltshire interview with Liz Webster

SBF founder, Liz Webster, on her Wiltshire farm is interviewed by BBC Radio Wiltshire, along with Brexit Party farmer Tim Page.

Protest in Devon on Back British Farming Day

A group from Devon for Europe show their solidarity with the farming community by protesting on Back British Farming Day. Featuring Devon farmer Margaret Boyd.

Mythilosophy's podcast with SBF Founder Liz Webster

Liz describes how she got involved in Save British Farming, after originally setting up Farming for a People’s Vote and why she believes Farming is endangered.

Panel 1

Save British Farming’s first panel discusses the imminent dangers confronting British food production with Séan Rickard and Danny Chambers.

Panel 2

Our second panel discussing how future trade deals could result in lower quality food imports affecting the nation’s health, with dietitians Sophie Red and Gaby Morse. 

Liz Webster

Save British Farming’s founder explaining why she started the campaign.

Emma Kennedy discusses the Agriculture Bill

Writer, presenter and former Celebrity Chef winner discusses the Agriculture Bill and how it will affect the food we eat.

Andrew Brown

Andrew Brown’s family have farmed in Rutland for hundreds of years.  If the government allows lower food standards in trade deals that flood the UK market, his family farm will no longer be viable.

Danny Chambers

Veterinary surgeon, Danny Chambers grew up on a farm. He’s concerned the new Agriculture Bill would allow food in from countries which have farming practices that are illegal in the UK.

Mark Haller

Is American food safe? US supermarkets regularly recall food, says Mark who lived there, and the US ranks in the top 10 countries for food poisoning.  Lowering food standards in the Agriculture Bill to import US produce puts our nation’s health at risk.

Dr Phillip Bennion - Farmer​

Phil Bennion explains why he joined us at the Save British Farming demo outside Parliament.

Mark Haller

Mark lived in the US and describes the lower food standards there.  He explains how our nation’s health is at risk if the government doesn’t protect food standards in the new Agriculture Bill.

Save Welsh Farming

On 10 September 2020, Save British Farming, in collaboration with Undod, held a series of tractor demos around Wales with a rally in Cowbridge.