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Students get hands-on experience at Hevingham topsoil firm

PUBLISHED: 07:00 08 February 2011

Laboratory manager Nigel Fahey explaining his work to Easton College students at Bailey's of Hevingham.

Laboratory manager Nigel Fahey explaining his work to Easton College students at Bailey's of Hevingham.

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Students have been getting hands-on experience with a visit to an agricultural firm.

Easton College students paid a visit topsoil suppliers, Bailey’s of Norfolk, based in Hevingham, on Monday to learn all about the business.

As well as watching a video on production at the firm, the students were also able to get hands-on visiting the laboratory on site and seeing the company’s operations first hand.

John Farrell, director of Bailey’s of Norfolk Ltd, said: “This is something we are looking to do every year. The college students who came to visit will be building the visit into their curriculum, writing a report about their visit, it is all part of the learning process for them.”


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