To celebrate Great British Beef Week, supporters in Gloucestershire tucked into a locally sourced roast beef dinner at the Lygon Arms in Chipping Camden.
The Great British Beef Week campaign is organised by Ladies in Beef – a group of 150 female beef farmers. Their aim is to promote the environmental and health benefits of British beef.
Jilly Greed, co-founder of Ladies in Beef, was the guest speaker at the dinner. She talked to the guests about her background in farming and how she came to form the group, as well as the strong ties Ladies in Beef has to R.A.B.I.
Thank you to Alf Bryant from NFU Moreton and Tanya Robbins, who is a member of Ladies in Beef and R.A.B.I’s Gloucestershire committee, for organising the event.
Pictured above are (L-R) South Central regional manager Laura Ractliffe, John Tingey, Jilly Greed, and Tanya Robbins.