Katie Hickford is our Placement Student for 2017/18. Having completed her 2nd year studying Environmental Science at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, Katie is now completing her industrial placement sandwich year with the CCRI. Katie has written about her her first 3 months experience with the CCRI,
Matt Reed and Hannah Chiswell were interviewed on the Kate Clark show on BBC Gloucestershire yesterday (5th November) about the CCRI events taking place as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science. The programme can be listened to online until 4th December.
Social science researchers will be at Cheltenham Farmers Market on Friday 10th November and Cirencester Farmers Market on the 11th November to give short talks and chat with members of the public about their latest food and farming research and how it affects the products we buy.
We will be setting up stalls at the Cheltenham and Cirencester farmers’ markets (on 10th and 11th November respectively) to give short talks and chat with members of the public about our latest food and farming research and how it affects the products we buy. These are free events as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science.
The CCRI is running a Twitter completion – ‘Name the cardboard cow’! – in connection with a free ESRC Festival event ‘From Moo to You’ that they are running at Asda in Gloucester on Monday 6th November. #moo2u
CCRI Research Assistant, Hannah Chiswell, has been awarded funding from the ESRC to run an event as part of their Festival of Social Science to talk about how our milk gets from the farm to the shop shelves and other key issues facing dairy farmers today.