Funeral arranger and farmer Glenn Stevens has given over the front window of his Dunstable office to a welfare charity supporting farmers in financial need.
Glenn has invited R.A.B.I to promote their services via the Co-operative Society’s shop window in High Street South.
Glenn says he has seen first-hand the good work that R.A.B.I does. In 2015, R.A.B.I gave out grants of around £1.9 million across England and Wales, including more than £9,000 in Bedfordshire.
The Co-operative Funeral Care branch in Dunstable champions a charity each month and August is an important month in the farming calendar, with harvesting in full swing up and down the country.
Lucy Bellefontaine, R.A.B.I regional manager for the East of England, said: “Glenn is a loyal and committed supporter of R.A.B.I. As a charity, we rely heavily on people like him – with links to the farming sector – to help us promote what we do and spread the word that help is available for those facing difficulties in uncertain times.”