God's Lone Country
Farmers who can’t afford to eat the food they produce. Local people who can’t afford to live in their own villages. Transport networks which isolate communities. This 12-minute film challenges our rose-tinted images of the rural idyll and reveals the tougher realities of life in rural Britain.
The social issues they face are every bit as serious and pressing as in urban areas – but they feel unheard and overlooked by policy makers in Westminster, and society in general. Find out more about this >>