HOPS has released its 2020 brochure, which includes detailed information about its services as well as pricing information. 

The 12-page booklet will be sent to all existing and prospective growers as a reminder to inform HOPS as soon as possible of their requirements for seasonal workers in 2020. 

HOPS is already working with its overseas agents to recruit people for the new season. 

Three of HOPS’ growers provided testimonials for the new brochure about their longstanding relationships with the company and how the HOPS team has supported them. 

Jamie Dewhurst from J&A Growers in Warwickshire is quoted in the new brochure saying: 

“Despite us building up good relationships with our workers, I can’t afford to be without HOPS. I value their advice on new legislation and changes in the sector – and also I know they will find me new people if I am let down at the last minute. They’re an insurance net that I can’t afford to be without.”

The new brochure also outlines HOPS’ relationship with The National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs and how profits are invested back into the Federation to support the development of rural young people. 

HOPS Operations Director Sarah Boparan said: “The new brochure is packed with information for new and existing growers about how HOPS can support them. Along with the HOPS’ Little Book of Happiness, these two documents should give growers a comprehensive resource for getting their next season off to a great start! 

“We look forward to hearing from anyone who wants more information about working with HOPS in 2020.”