BBRO and COVID-19 – update 24th March 2021
Staff will start to return to our BBRO offices from Monday 29th March 2021. However, this will be on a phased return and not all staff will be in every day, with the remainder still working from home. We are still encouraging virtual meetings and remain very vigilant about face-to-face contact until we are out of full lockdown, which is currently planned for 21st June 2021. We will however be continually reviewing the situation and adhering to government guidelines should anything change.
To get in touch with us please see the contact details for our team and we will be happy to hear from you. We want to reassure you that Team BBRO are working hard on your behalf as usual and, while complying with all the current restrictions, we are continuing to carry out research work, analyse recent results and deliver new information to growers.
BBRO summer field events
We are hoping to be able to organise some field events later in the summer. It is likely these will again be run in small groups with pre-booking necessary and allocated time slots for delegates. Please keep an eye on the events page and look out for BBRO emails to inform you of what’s coming up.
We are, as always, at your service and ‘by your side’ with your sugar beet crop.
Please refer to our contact us page for direct staff contact details.
The BBRO is a non-profit making company set up jointly by British Sugar plc (BS) and the National Farmers' Union (NFU).
BBRO has a team of scientists and field trials operators that work hard to conduct robust research projects and deliver technical information through a wide range of knowledge exchange activities e.g. technical publication, summer open days, winter conferences, demonstration farm events and a range of social media activities.
The BBRO Executive Board provides guidance on the strategic direction of the organisation and its members are responsible for setting the levy. Working alongside this, the Stakeholder Committee provides guidance on future industry priorities and oversees BBRO’s funded programme of research and knowledge exchange activities.
To ensure BBRO’s research programme remains aligned with the industry needs we welcome feedback or comments on any of our current activities or suggestions for new work that will help to deliver our strategic objectives. You can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org