Winksley Cum Grantley Young Farmers Club has handed over a cheque
for £2,405 to Breakthrough Breast Cancer, a charity committed
to fighting breast cancer.
Pictured at the Winksley Cum Grantley YFC cheque
presentation evening are, back row from left - Brian Smith, of Black
Sheep Brewery, Rebecca Bowes, Alan and Gillian Bowes, owners of Ripon
Agricultural Supplies, and Black Sheep’s Paul Theakston.
Front row - Ryan Atkinson, club chairman, Richard Stockil, vice-chairman,
and Matthew Nelson, secretary.
The money was netted at a charity event at Wetherby Racecourse earlier
this year when Young Farmers Clubs raced against each other in fancy
Winksley Cum Grantley YFC held a presentation evening at Grantley Village
Hall (Wed, Aug 30) to thank all supporters, in particular the three
main sponsors – Black Sheep Brewery, the HACS building and contracting
group, and Ripon Agricultural Services.
Club chairman Ryan Atkinson said: “It was a very successful evening
and we would like to thank not only our main sponsors, but also everyone
else who helped with our fund-raising efforts, by far the most successful
in the past 20 years as far as the club is concerned.”
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