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We're proud to announce three of our apprentices who study with Plumpton College have won three of nine awards at the Institute of Meat (IoM) and Worshipful Company of Butchers Annual Awards, held at Butchers' Hall in London, on...
Leading the way to carbon zero
Last weekend we were delighted to welcome Julie Harris to the college for a full day's dog grooming masterclass as part of her Anatomical Kind Hands Tour.
BSc and FdSc Wine students experience the vineyard in their first year and progress to engaging in winemaking operation
At Plumpton College, BSc and FdSc students spend most of their first year in the vineyard and progress to practical time in our winery with the winemaker and engage in a range of winemaking operations in their second year.
Our students are counting the days to start the farm's spring activities. The first phase of lambing has happened, with the second phase just around the corner, alongside a high increase in calvings.
Plumpton College is responding to national food skills shortages by opening a brand-new specialist meat processing education and training facility at its college farm.
Plumpton College are delighted to move some of its pedigree Sussex cattle herd to Seven Sisters Country Park to graze the chalk grassland landscape as part of a new conservation management plan with The South Downs National Park.
Plumpton College is delighted to welcome Ian Salmon as the new Farm Manager at its award winning Lambert Farm.
Naning'Oi is a primary boarding school for girls in Kenya that provides education and a safe haven to live and grow. The school currently has 320 students enrolled. However, a lack of consistent funding and resources has begun to...
Lucy completed her BA in International Wine Business back in August with a 1st Class Hons and became the top student in her year. Lucy is now working at the newly opened Artelium Wine Estate, looking after their marketing needs and helping to build the brand. Below is a summary of her final year project, along with the major conclusions.
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.