Two farms are up for grabs in Cambridgeshire as part of the County Councils re-letting programme and support of rural jobs and the local economy.
The farms looking for new tenants are Greenwoods Farm, Ramsey, a 101 hectare arable farm and Wolvey Holes Farm, Coveney a 60.067 hectare arable and vegetable growing farm. Both holdings are let with a dwelling and farm buildings.
The farms will be available to view on 10th February 2015 and prospective tenants will be required to provide a business plan as part of their application to be submitted by 2nd March 2015.
Cambridgeshire County Council's Farms Estate is the largest of its kind in England and Wales covering 33,500acres (13,500hectares) with 220 tenants.
Cambridgeshire County Councillor Steve Count, Chairman of the General Purposes Committee, said: "The Estate is an important part of Cambridgeshire's rural economy, supporting many small businesses and providing an important first rung on the farming ladder for new entrants into farming, whilst providing vital funding for wider Council services. It also helps to protect the local unique countryside and environment as well as providing leisure opportunities in the countryside. We look forward to anyone interested in becoming a tenant to contact the Council."
Anyone interested should look at the County Councils website. www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/countyfarms or telephone: 01223 699094