The Farming Social Hub - a voice for the farming community

FSH takes to the airwaves

Since the Covid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on 2020, the Farming Social Hub, like many start-up businesses has just been treading water. As a business that is all about connecting people, a time of lockdown and restrictions couldn’t have been more unwelcome. The good news is that the FSH will be making a giant step forwards in its mission to connect farmers, growers and producers with the general public through a unique opportunity that has come its way. 

From the end of September, the FSH will be hosting a weekly podcast on a new online radio show that is launching next month. More details to follow but, in a move to connect the local community, Richard Dix, of Rural Broadband, will be launching KL1 Radio in the West Norfolk area. The station will combine an eclectic mix of music and chat, and the focus will be very much on local news. 

The Farming Social Hub will feature an entertaining line drawn from the agricultural community, artisan producers and the chefs and delis that make use of local produce. There will also be special guestS from other, related sectors. This is a great step forward for FSH and will be key in continuing to showcase good news, good practice and the good guys and gals who put food and drink on our tables and look after our countryside. Watch this space for details on how to tune into KL1 Radio.