In our ongoing pursuit of sustainable energy solutions within the UK agricultural sector, the CLA Energy Services team recently embarked on an inspiring journey to Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.
Our destination? The renowned Johnsons of Old Hurst, a multifaceted enterprise that epitomises the essence of eco-conscious farming practices.
Nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of Cambridgeshire, Johnsons of Old Hurst is not your average farm. Boasting a diverse array of offerings, including a zoo, a steakhouse, a tea room, and a farm shop, the establishment has carved a niche for itself as a hub of agricultural innovation and sustainability.
Led by Andy Johnson, the visionary behind Johnsons of Old Hurst, our team had the privilege of immersing ourselves in the ethos of this carbon-neutral farm. From the moment we stepped foot on the premises, it was evident that Johnsons of Old Hurst was not merely a business but a way of life for Andy and his team.
One of the highlights of our visit was sitting down with owner Andy Johnson himself for a video case study. As he shared insights into the journey Johnsons of Old Hurst has undertaken and the role played by CLA Energy Services in supporting their endeavors, it became clear that collaboration is key to driving meaningful change in the agricultural industry.
As we bid farewell to Johnsons of Old Hurst, we left inspired by their unwavering commitment to their rural business and community.
Our journey to Cambridgeshire to visit Johnsons of Old Hurst was a vivid demonstration of how collaborative efforts between CLA and rural business owners can lead to a remarkable peace of mind when it comes to energy solutions.
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