Hampshire volunteers enjoyed three days at the New Forest Show, where they raised £758.
Situated in the food and local produce area, the R.A.B.I stand welcomed hundreds of visitors. A Ferguson tractor, loaned by Benjamin Parker from River Bourne Community Farm, was a popular attraction and a number of visitors, both young and old, climbed aboard.
The Hunts Forest Group, joined by agents from John Deere, held a ‘guess the number of balloons in the tractor’ competition on their stand, which generated £203.
Sally Field, regional manager for the South East, said: “Thank you to all our volunteers who helped out, and special thanks to John and Caroline Korbey for setting up and manning the stand during the show.”
Pictured above are (L-R) Sandra Dunford, Joe Corbett, John Korbey and Rob Medway.
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