Forming sub-groups

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Stroud Community Agriculture have a range of sub-groups in addition to their core group, which allows their members to get involved in a variety of ways. A communications sub-group set up a quarterly newsletter to keep people up-to-date with plans and to publicise their social events. A children’s sub-group organises children’s activities during farm days to free up parents to get involved on the farm. They also have a festivals sub-group, who plan and set up celebrations, parties and events around the farm, and an education sub-group, who meet to learn more about the farm and its vegetables, animals, landscape and environment.

Source: The Story of Community Supported Agriculture in Stroud