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Helping local farmers with grants

By Herald Express  |  Posted: April 17, 2014

ADVICE:  Lucy Thomas  with  Mike Feneley, partner, Haines Watts Rural Business

ADVICE: Lucy Thomas with Mike Feneley, partner, Haines Watts Rural Business

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NEWTON Abbot-based Lucy Thomas, farming consultant with Haines Watts Rural Business, has been kept busy helping agricultural clients to apply for the latest round of Catchment Sensitive Farming Capital Grants at various locations around the South West.

The scheme, part of the Catchment Sensitive Farming project, provides advice to farmers to help them implement changes in farming that reduces the risk of water pollution, and help them achieve required water quality standards.

Haines Watts Rural Business LLP provides a combination of agricultural and financial expertise to rural business. Lucy said: "There are many opportunities to apply for agricultural grant funding and we offer a personal service to our clients to make them aware of what is out there and also help secure funds."

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