The Prince's Countryside Fund – supporting Britain's countryside
Find out how The Prince's Countryside Fund encourages young people to get involved with British farming.
Win a visit to the set of Emmerdale with The Prince's Countryside Fund!
As it approaches its 40th year, Emmerdale is a proud supporter of The Prince's Countryside Fund. The Fund tackles issues such as rural isolation, rural poverty and rural unemployment - all issues highlighted by the programme.
Emmerdale brings the countryside to life in every episode and now you could win the chance to explore the show's set in its beautiful Yorkshire surroundings.
One lucky winner and a friend will win a visit to the Emmerdale set and a one-night stay in award-winning four star hotel Weetwood Hall, including breakfast. We'll also get them there and home again.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply tell us the answer to this question on our competition entry page.
Who owns Emmerdale's Home Farm?
A) Diane Sugden
B) Zak and Lisa Dingle
C) Declan Macey
Enter the competition NOW!
Find out how you can get involved and support our beautiful countryside by liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter or visiting our website.
What The Prince's Countryside Fund does
The UK countryside is one of our greatest national assets. Not only does it provide 70% of our water and 60% of our food, but it is vital for tourism and recreation.
The Prince's Countryside Fund gives grants to projects that support the people who care for the countryside. It tackles five key issues:
* Rural isolation
* Low farming incomes
* Decline of rural communities
* Lack of access to training
* Disconnect with the countryside
The Prince of Wales' charity has helped more than 20,000 people since 2010 and has given away over £1.7million in grants to 50 projects across the UK.
Projects supported by The Prince's Countryside Fund include:
* Improving service provision in rural areas
* Supporting farming businesses
* Supporting rural enterprise
* Providing training opportunities for young people
* Educating people about the value of the countryside.
To show your support for our beautiful countryside and the people who maintain it please visit www.princescountrysidefund.org.uk for more information on how to make a donation.