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The 2023 season has proven itself to be one of mixed fortunes. Many are struggling with large clusters, and large yields, but are having to deal with the usual suspects of mildews and Botrytis, and with reaching adequate maturity levels. Whilst others are celebrating a bumper crop!
We're delighted to host Lewes District Food Partnership at our AgriFood Centre in October for their event to celebrate sustainable food systems that are good for people and the planet.
Plumpton College Wine Division have achieved world-class recognition with their fantastic Brut Classic Sparkling wine
Category: Wine Division
As the UK’s centre of excellence in wine education, training, and research, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Sam Linter as the new Wine Director of Plumpton’s Wine Division.
The college goes from strength to strength, with an increasing number of students achieving fantastic results in their level 3 courses, all of which are equivalent to three A levels enabling them to progress on to the next level of study at university or directly into their chosen career across the land and environment sector.
If you live in Kent, Hampshire, Surrey or Sussex (30miles from the college) and want to study Level 3 Agriculture or Equine, you could apply for a residential bursary scholarship to start this September!
Do you live in Kent, Hampshire, Surrey or Sussex, living 30 miles from Plumpton College, and want to study a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Agriculture or Equine Management from September 23, with the help of a residential bursary?
If so apply today for a residential bursary scholarship where up to 75%* of your accommodation fees could be paid for the two years of the study programme where they are based at the college.
* terms and conditions apply
We hosted Brighton Chamber's latest Net Zero Champions event, giving a tour of our beautiful farm campus and explaining how sustainability plays a role in everything we do.
Learn more about our history
Since the original 400-acre College farm was bought back in 1919, Plumpton College has certainly seen a lot of changes.