A group of daredevil R.A.B.I supporters threw themselves off the top off a Welsh quarry for a 100mph zip wire ride of a lifetime in August.
The 10 adrenaline junkies were raising money for farmers in financial difficulty and tackled the fastest and longest zip line in the world at Zipworld at Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda near Bangor.
Amongst those making the leap of faith were R.A.B.I trustee Malcolm Thomas and son and NFU rep Rhodri Thomas, R.A.B.I Shropshire committee member Heulwen Charles, supporter, Iwan Jenkins, three farmers and R.A.B.I regional manager Linda Jones’ husband, Rhydian.
A further five members of Anglesey Young Farmers Club will make the jump for R.A.B.I on August 27.
The group hopes to collectively raise £4,000 for R.A.B.I and regional manager for North Wales, Mel Jones, said: “In 2014, R.A.B.I gave out almost £2 million to around 1,400 individuals and families. Here in Wales, we gave out grants of around £256k and so fundraising is essential to help continue our welfare work.”