Stephen James, NFU Cymru President, and his wife Joyce hosted a Sunday lunch to raise funds for R.A.B.I. The lunch was held at Llawhaden YFC and Community Hall, where more than 100 people attended the event.
The diners enjoyed the very best of local Welsh produce; Welsh lamb supplied by Narberth butcher Andrew Rees & Sons (and very generously donated by Stephen and Joyce), potatoes donated by Puffin, swedes courtesy of Sue Belton and a choice of homemade pudding.
R.A.B.I chairman Malcolm Thomas gave a talk on the charity’s welfare work and a raffle was also held during the afternoon with some lovely prizes on offer, kindly donated by the Pembrokeshire R.A.B.I Ladies Committee.
The lunch generated £1,500 to help with R.A.B.I’s work in Pembrokeshire. Linda Jones, R.A.B.I regional manager for Wales, said: “I’d like to thank Stephen and Joyce for hosting this lunch and all the members of Llawhaden YFC for their support before and during the event. It’s a perfect example of the farming community working together.”
Pictured above staff at Llawhaden YFC and Community Hall.