National trust idiots

Bunch of clowns.Used to supply a local site cafe & shop with milk. Inspected our setup Ticked all their boxes,
Then at national level they hired some consultants to look at their food purchasing.
Guess what. Dumped us & buy the cheapest they could find. Bottled 150 miles away, produced who knows where.
Total hypocrites
 
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Old Tip

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Cumbria
Bunch of clowns.Used to supply a local site cafe & shop with milk. Inspected our setup Ticked all their boxes,
Then at national level they hired some consultants to look at their food purchasing.
Guess what. Dumped us & buy the cheapest they could find. Bottled 150 miles away, produced who knows where.
Total hypocrites
Who was that you supplied ?
 
? Not sure what that has to do with clothing
Nothing to do with clothing, just ironic that you posted a concluding paragraph that said “on the whole the NT do support agriculture and farming.”
Wake up and smell the coffee, the NT is modernising and farmers are a casualty of this new attitude whether it be nylon instead of wool for the uniform or snitching to the authorities because they don’t like the freedoms to farm of AHA tenancies!
 

Old Tip

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Location
Cumbria
Nothing to do with clothing, just ironic that you posted a concluding paragraph that said “on the whole the NT do support agriculture and farming.”
Wake up and smell the coffee, the NT is modernising and farmers are a casualty of this new attitude whether it be nylon instead of wool for the uniform or snitching to the authorities because they don’t like the freedoms to farm of AHA tenancies!
As I said there are some idiots in the NT as in any organisation, I haven’t a clue what the breach entailed but on the whole I would rather have the NT as a landlord than many of the other big landowners
 

JP1

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The bigger idiots are the fashionistas who drive the constant need to buy new clothes etc

Not only have I a face for radio, my wardrobe follows suit and I keep my clothes until they are absolutely worn out

I was shocked to read how some clothes spend literally days in folks wardrobes before they are chucked away

Food, clothing and the labour and materials to provide these are undervalued
 

glasshouse

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Location
lothians
The bigger idiots are the fashionistas who drive the constant need to buy new clothes etc

Not only have I a face for radio, my wardrobe follows suit and I keep my clothes until they are absolutely worn out

I was shocked to read how some clothes spend literally days in folks wardrobes before they are chucked away

Food, clothing and the labour and materials to provide these are undervalued
I watched a programme about the pollution in indonesia etc caused by clothes factories, with people down stream having to dtink the water. It was a shocker
 

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The National Farmers Union (NFU) has set out its plans for achieving net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions rom British Agriculture by 2040 – a decade ahead of the government’s ambition for the whole UK economy. NFU president Minette Batters first announced the net zero by 2040 goal at this year’s Oxford Farming Conference in […]

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