Lucky Strike at Cereals
Roger Chase, Agriculture Manager of Spaldings with the R.A.B.I. lucky dip draw
With thanks to Spaldings of Lincoln who once again offered generous support at the Cereals event. All customers placing an order during the show were entered into a free prize draw where they could pick a football in the World Cup lucky-dip and a donation was given to R.A.B.I. A fantastic £400 was raised!
Lincolnshire Clay Shoot
(Courtesy of James Milnes) Left-right: R.A.B.I. regional manager Milly Wastie, Lincolnshire R.A.B.I. chairman Hugh Wykes, Steve Smith and NFU Deputy President Minette Batters
With thanks to Lincolnshire's Steve Smith who chose R.A.B.I to benefit from a clay shoot organised to give back to the very charities that had helped him. Steve waived his anonymity to promote the charity shoot and helped raise a huge £1100 for R.A.B.I. and the Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust.
The shoot was held at Nettleton Lodge near Caistor and attracted supporters from across the county to take part in the 35-bird competition. Steve said: "I would like to thank everyone who came along on the day and helped to raise money for important causes close to my heart." Steve hopes to continue the good work with plans for a clay shoot in 2015.
Steve presented regional manager Milly Wastie a cheque for £550 at the Lincolnshire Show
Farmers weigh-in for Spaldings
Lincolnshire-based Spaldings held a farmers’ weigh-in at the LAMMA machinery show in Peterborough in January which raised £500 for R.A.B.I..
Visitors were asked to step on the scales and the firm donated £10 for every one of the 50 tonnes of total weight recorded.
Photo: Spaldings’ staff Roger Goodwin, Jason Smith and Eddie Edwards start the weigh-in at LAMMA.
£10 per Tonne at LAMMA
23 January 2014
A farmers’ weigh-in at the LAMMA machinery show in Peterborough in February raised £500 for R.A.B.I..
Organised by Lincolnshire-based Spaldings, visitors to their stand were asked to step on the scales and the firm promised to donate £10 for every tonne recorded.
The grand total was around 50 tonnes and so a cheque for £500 is now on its way to R.A.B.I..
Pictured here starting the weight-in clock are employees Jason, Eddie and Roger.
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