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About Milly Fyfe

An award-winning marketing, PR, events and fundraising specialist, providing digital marketing support to food and farming businesses, helping to reach out and connect with a targeted audience or customer base. Milly and her husband Andrew farm beef suckler cattle, sheep, arable crops and a few rare breed pigs with their two young children Angus and Dougie in rural Northamptonshire. Milly writes and contributes to several publications including the Daventry Express, Rugby Advertiser and BBC Radio Northampton. A member of the Guild of Agricultural Journalists and Social Media Managers Hub. During the height of the pandemic, Milly established a food blog called No Fuss Meals for Busy Parents, helping to make a connection between food grown in the UK and how to make tasty meals the whole family can enjoy. From there the podcast ‘The Countryside Kitchen meets’ was created, interviewing farmers and food producers about what they grow or raise, where people can buy and how they can transform those ingredients into a tasty meal. Previous roles include CEO of the Shorthorn Society, NFYFC chairman, R.A.B.I regional manager and director of the Oxford Farming Conference. Milly currently holds of the position of English Panel secretary to the Council for Awards of the Royal Agricultural Societies and supports several UK and international farming businesses with their PR, social media and marketing. You can follow Milly on all social media platforms with the handle: @millyfyfe or visit

The UK Sugar Beet Journey

Presenter Milly Fyfe interviews Sugar Beet Farmer Luke Abblitt and British Sugar’s account manager Alec McNulty to highlight how sugar…


Yes Peas! The Story of Pea Growing in the UK

Do you know what is involved in growing and harvesting peas and getting them to the factory in time to…


Want to know more about growing Blackcurrants in the UK?

In this latest episode of the Countryside Kitchen Meets podcast host Milly Fyfe chats to inspirational businesswoman Jo Hilditch, who…


Where does your sugar come from?

How much sugar is produced in the UK? Milly Fyfe goes inside the factory at British Sugar in Wissington to…