Hannah Jackson

Call Me Red

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Sat 24 Sep
18:00 UK

Hannah Jackson grew up on the Wirral and didn’t set foot on a farm until she was twenty years old. Now she is one of the most high-profile ambassadors for agriculture and the rural community, sharing her life on her Cumbrian hill farm and her love of animals with her internet followers and viewers of BBC’s Countryfile. Join her as she talks about her journey to becoming the Red Shepherdess.

About the Author 

Known as 'The Red Shepherdess', Hannah Jackson is a first-generation farmer and TV personality. She is also a company director in her family's business, Natural Leaders, which provides unique leadership courses to the corporate sector using sheepdogs and herding experiences to shed insight into management styles. Hannah lives on her farm with her fiancé, Danny, along with her loyal sheepdogs, Fraser, Butch, Drift and Swift, her rescue horse, Jim, her pigs, goats, chickens and 250 characterful sheep.

Copies of Hannah Jackson's book Call Me Red can be found here

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