Forth and Clyde farmers collect £2632 for Erskine charity

Members of the Forth & Clyde Region were delighted to hand over two hefty cheques to very deserving charities at Lanark Market last week. A grand total of �5,264 was raised at the region's Charity Centenary Stock Judging held at the market at end of July'L-R in the photo are Christine Cuthbertson, NFUS Regional Manager; Iain Canning, Regional Vice Chairman; Alan Moss, Community Fundraiser with Erskine; Tom French, Regional Chairman; Jimmy Ireland, NFUS Centenary Trust; Hunter Murray, Managing Director of main sponsor Lawrie & Symington and Nicky Brown, NFUS Steering Group member and Branch Secretary.
Members of the Forth & Clyde Region were delighted to hand over two hefty cheques to very deserving charities at Lanark Market last week. A grand total of �5,264 was raised at the region's Charity Centenary Stock Judging held at the market at end of July'L-R in the photo are Christine Cuthbertson, NFUS Regional Manager; Iain Canning, Regional Vice Chairman; Alan Moss, Community Fundraiser with Erskine; Tom French, Regional Chairman; Jimmy Ireland, NFUS Centenary Trust; Hunter Murray, Managing Director of main sponsor Lawrie & Symington and Nicky Brown, NFUS Steering Group member and Branch Secretary.
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KIND-HEARTED farmers dug deep for Scottish veterans when they collected a superb £2632 for the Erskine charity, and a matching sum for the NFUS Centenary Trust.

Members of the NFUS Forth & Clyde Region were delighted to hand over two hefty cheques to the very deserving charities at Lanark Market.

A grand total of £5,264 was raised at the region’s Charity Centenary Stock Judging.

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