What you need to know to invest in this community share issue

In 2014 Stockwood Community Benefit Society successfully bought Rush Farm and Stockwood Business Park. The society is now carrying out a second share raise to bring an additional 31 acres of land into its ownership, as well as investing in a mix of renewable energy projects on the land.

Stockwood Community Benefit Society runs Rush Farm and Stockwood Business Park. Rush Farm is a beautiful 150 acre mixed farm in Stockwood, Worcestershire. It is certified as biodynamic and organic. Stockwood Business Park is an ethically and sustainably-run business, which contributes to the local, rural economy and provides local employment by renting offices and workshops to local businesses.

Share Price: £1
Minimum Investment:: £100
Maximum Investment: £100,000
Offer Extended: 30 September 2016
Amount Raised To Date:  £275,000  (£47,000 to reach min. target)

Investment Proposition Key Facts:

Impact: Social and environmental
Target Raise: £700,000 (min. £322K for offer to proceed)
Expected Returns: 5%
Assets: Business park & community farm
Open for Investment: Fully subscribed

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Daniel Brewer

If you would like to discuss this community share offer please contact Daniel.