For many, the Royal Highland Show is their one big chance each year to get together with friends and to re-connect with people they don’t otherwise manage to see.
This time, OnFARM is exploring the importance of those four summer days at Ingliston for social connection and mental wellbeing.
Anna is joined by Nina Clancy from RSABI, and Professor Sarah Skerratt, who has done lots of academic research on mental health in rural communities.
This is episode 2 of an OnFARM series in partnership with the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS).
(You can hear episode 1: The Difficult Decision to Cancel here)
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