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Lantra announces new Scotland Director appointment

Liz Barron Majerik

We are delighted to announce that in November 2018, Liz Barron-Majerik will be joining the team, taking on the role of Lantra Director in Scotland. Whilst based in Scotland, Liz will play an integral part in the Lantra Senior Management team, working closely with CEO, Marcus Potter, and the Lantra Board.

New Trustee appointed to Lantra Board

John Henning

Lantra is delighted to announce the appointment of a new trustee, John Henning, to its Board.

John will not only be lending his extensive knowledge and support to the main Lantra Board of Trustees but, will also be heading up Lantra’s Northern Ireland National Council as its Chair.

Saltex 2018 – Coming Soon


As key players in the turf management world prepare for Saltex 2018, Lantra is delighted to announce some exciting new developments being unveiled at this year’s event.

Visit Lantra at APF 2018


The Lantra team is delighted to be at the APF exhibition this year 20 - 22 September.  

And we’d love you to pop by and see us at the Demo Area 940, Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire.

DEFRA Open consultation - The future for food, farming and the environment

Consultation on “ Health and Harmony: the future for food,  farming and the environment in a Green Brexit”

Leaving the European Union and the Common Agricultural Policy will give England the chance for reform. DEFRA want to know your thoughts on the future of agricultural policy in England.



‘Health and Harmony: the future for food, farming and the environment in a Green Brexit' sets out the government's ambitions for farming in England and seeks the views of all readers on its proposals.


First Aid Qualification Specification

First Aid Qualification Specification

First Aid Assessment Principles - Version 6

First Aid Assessment Principles - Version 6 (05 July 2017)

Windblown Trees Training

Windblown trees can be extremely dangerous. Dealing with whole trees that have been uprooted, as well as snapped branches and partially blown trees, presents a significant hazard and requires specialist skills and knowledge. Winter storms can increase the occurrences of windblown trees and subsequent disruption – particularly to the road and rail networks.

Utility Arboriculture Training

Keeping the essential power lines, railways, waterways and telecomms networks clear of trees and vegetation lies at the root of utility arboriculture. If you work in the industry, it’s important you have the right skills and knowledge to safely and effectively carry out your work.

Tyfu Cymru

Tyfu Cymru will build the capacity and capability of the Welsh horticulture industry. Working with supply chain partners, it will prepare growers and producer owned horticulture companies across Wales to adapt to future environmental challenges and position them to capitalise on market opportunities for business development and growth.