About the Society
The South of England Agricultural Society (SEAS) is a registered charity that funds and supports agricultural education and countryside learning.
Notice of Annual General Meeting
“THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE”
By Order of The Board of Trustees”
Click on the link below to read the Trustees Report & Financial Statement from 2019.
What we do
Central to the Society’s remit is the provision of educational events, grants, awards, bursaries and scholarships for people with an interest or involvement in farming, agriculture and other related land based industries. All Society activities aim to celebrate, build awareness and develop understanding of the products that come from land based and allied industries, as well as the use and support of local suppliers.
You can support the charity’s ongoing work by making a donation.
How we do it
The Society organises and hosts shows and events that promote farming, agriculture and the countryside, including its flagship event, the South of England Show, which takes place in June each year.
As well as delivering a wide range of educational events and services including conferences, seminars, school and college information days and competitions, the Society forges alliances with the European farming community through our International Farmlink scheme.
SEAS operates from the South of England Showground, a 150-acre site situated just outside Ardingly village in the heart of the West Sussex countryside.
The Society was founded in 1967 from a consolidation of agricultural societies going back to the 1830’s and works across the six counties of Berkshire, East Sussex, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight, Kent, Surrey and West Sussex.
We are committed to fulfilling our primary purpose of raising funds that help us provide agricultural education and support countryside learning across the regionIain Nicol, CEO
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Articles of Association
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