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Tue, 28 Nov


FordHall Organic Farm

BizEd presents, Inclusion Network, at FordHall Organic Farm

Exploring what it takes to create an inclusive workplace, in the beautiful setting of Fordhall Farm, champions of inclusivity and community.

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BizEd presents, Inclusion Network, at FordHall Organic Farm
BizEd presents, Inclusion Network, at FordHall Organic Farm

Time & Location

28 Nov 2023, 09:00 – 13:00

FordHall Organic Farm, Fordhall Organic Farm Tern Hill Roundabout Tern Hill TF9 3PS

About the Event

oin us for our first Business Inclusion Network in Shropshire - exploring Neurodiversity and Entrepreneurship with a talk and case studies from our hosts, and diversity champions, at Fordhall Farm. We’ll gather for a tour around the farm, hear all about their experience as an employer committed to people, followed coaching session led by one of our Neurodiversity experts, Emily. After this we’ll head to the meeting room space for a lunch of freshly made soup, cake, hot drinks and a slice of gingerbread - with further opportunity to connect with liked minded businesses from our county.

You will have the opportunity to:

• Connect with yourself in nature

• Catch up with attendees

• Network

• Share your experiences

• Take part in a nature based coaching activity

• Enjoy a seasonal lunch

This event is designed to be focused on promoting wellbeing.

Fordhall Farm are committed to celebrating and accepting difference; one of their five organisational values is to 'Gather the Flock' and they have been running their Care Farm for adults with a range of disabilities for many years. This is alongside their Youth Project for young people who struggle with the demands of mainstream school settings.

'Gather the Flock', is all about being inclusive and accepting of each other and our quirks. It is about being welcoming to all, respectful and celebrating our individual strengths." Charlotte Hollins, FordHall Farm

This aligns with the work of promoting neuro-inclusion and neurodivergent talent in the workplace and we’re thrilled to be hosting our event at this special location! You can find Fordhall Farm’s accessibility statement here. We embrace neurodiversity and disability so if you have any access requirements for this event, please let us know as soon as possible what would work really well for you.

You may wish to bring a pen, paper or other method of taking notes.

Dietary Requirements & Lunch:

Your ticket fee includes lunch. We need to know numbers for food 1 week before and dietary requirements 48 hours before at the latest.

Ticket Refunds:

Please note that food is pre-ordered 7 days before for this event, so if you need to cancel after this time we will unfortunately not be able to refund you. If you cancel more than 7 days before, we will refund you the ticket less the ticket processing fees charged by eventbrite.

About Emily

Emily is a late discovered self-identifying Autistic ADHDer; her background is in Psychology and Human Resource Management. Over the last 6 years Emily has been enabling neurodivergent people of all ages discover their strengths and work at their best. Emily is currently training to become an Associate Certified Coach with the ICF and is passionate about inclusion in the workplace ensuring people haveaccess to the support and resources they need to thrive.

About BizEd Projects CIC

BizEd Projects CIC is passionate about making it easier for smaller organisations to have an impact in their local community. CEO Vicki Ayton has worked in business development for social and environmental impact for the past 15 years, and previous to this was a lecturer and trainer. BizEd also publishes digital guides to help signpost businesses to local initiatives including #AllTogetherNow on talent pathways and soon to launch #TheLittleGreenGuide

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