Press Room

Welcome to the Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) Press Room.

Here you will be able to find all the information you need about the event including high-resolution photos, speech papers and press releases for you to use. You can also refer to the full conference section where you will find the 2022 programme.


The 2022 conference will take place from 5 to 7 January, returning to Oxford and focusing on the theme "Routes to Resilience". The event will have a hybrid element with some sessions live streamed.

To apply for press accreditation, please complete this form. If you are awarded a pass, you will be sent a link and code to register via the OFC 2022 booking system.

Complimentary passes will only be approved for working journalists, and as space is limited at the venue, multiple individuals from one publication may be restricted and offered a digital pass instead.

A press pass does not include dinners. You can book and purchase a seat for dinner during your registration.

If you have any questions in the meantime please email 

Press accreditation for physical attendance will close on 31 December 2021. Digital press accreditation will close on 4 January 2022.



If you have any questions or would like to arrange an interview with any of the speakers, please email For interviews with the political speakers, you are asked to contact their offices direct.

For those attending the event in Oxford, a press briefing will take place after some of the on-stage sessions. You will be notified in the press room, at the Examination Schools. These will not be live streamed for press joining digitally.



In previous years, accommodation has been included in the booking options when purchasing a ticket for the conference. For 2022, accommodation will not be included as each venue operate their own booking and cancellation policy and therefore booking direct is preferred. A list of recommended venues, including any form of discount, will be uploaded to our delegate information page in October.



The Oxford Farming Conference takes place at:

The Examination Schools

75 – 81 The High Street



You can enjoy a virtual tour of the venue, here

By Car - There is no car parking at the venue so we recommend using the park and ride system.

By Train - Oxford railway station is approximately a 20-minute walk away or 10 minutes by taxi

By Bus - The nearest bus stop and airport bus stops are on the High Street just outside the Examination Schools (Queen’s Lane stop). Information about buses in the city can be found here.



All sessions will be recorded and available to press within 72 hours of the session, if not sooner. High resolution photographs, papers and press releases for you to use, will be uploaded to this page.



The PR, Marketing and Digital content is managed by Jane Craigie Marketing. To contact them please email or phone 07792 467730 (Rebecca Dawes) or 07795 278767 (Jane Craigie)

Apply for press accreditation

Press Downloads

All press releases, photographs and papers will be added to this section. If you are looking for something additional, please get in touch with

You can watch back videos from 2021 and previous years, here.

High Resolution Photos

These high-resolution photos are free to use and to publish elsewhere on condition that the source is acknowledged as Oxford Farming Conference.

OFC2022 - 5 to 7 January - Routes to Resilience

The 2022 Oxford Farming Conference, Routes to Resilience, will be co-chaired by Barbara Bray MBE and Sarah Mukherjee MBE and will be held from 5 to 7 January 2022. The event will embrace a hybrid model with the opportunity for you to attend the live conference in Oxford, enjoying the stunning venues and social activities, or from the comfort of your home via our digital package.

Buy your ticket here