Cumbrian farmer Joseph Relph donated £2,300 in memory of his son, Stephen.
The Stephen Relph Memorial Fund was set up in 2013 and has generated more than £9,000 for charity over the years. This year the money was raised via sheepdog trials at Greystoke, organised by the North Westmorland Sheepdog Society. Around 60 competitors took part.
Stephen worked at Yew Tree Farm alongside his parents. He was a keen fundraiser, having raised £15,500 for the Bright Red charity by staging an auction. Sadly, he lost his battle with leukaemia aged 26.
North West regional manager Georgina Lamb and committee member Chris Dickinson received the donation on behalf of R.A.B.I.
Pictured above are (L-R) Chris Dickinson with Betsy, Georgina Lamb and Joseph Relph.
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