EAST YORKS: Ambitious plans for a farm residential education centre have got the go-ahead.
The aim is to give people an insight into how food is produced on a working farm at Wold Farm, Driffield.
Farmer Paul Temple and his wife Liz also want to showcase environmental projects on the traditional mixed farm.
Mr Temple said: "I have always been keen on educating people about farming and the countryside.
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"Most people are genuinely interested in learning what they can about agriculture, how food is produced and the countryside."
East Riding Council has given planning approval and the new centre, which will cater for groups of up to 15 people at a time, will open later this year.