Terrington Young Farmers give £1,400 boost to local good causes

Terrington Young Farmers presenting two ?700 cheques.'Jamie Grant (centre) (Chairman 2013-2014 when the cash was raised) presenting cheque to Rachael Scott (centre left) representing QEH ICU, with Hayley Smith (Centre right) (Current Chairman 2014-2015) presenting cheque to Paul Chamberlain (left centre) and Paul Webber (2nd right) both representing Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue. ANL-150128-075717009
Terrington Young Farmers presenting two ?700 cheques.'Jamie Grant (centre) (Chairman 2013-2014 when the cash was raised) presenting cheque to Rachael Scott (centre left) representing QEH ICU, with Hayley Smith (Centre right) (Current Chairman 2014-2015) presenting cheque to Paul Chamberlain (left centre) and Paul Webber (2nd right) both representing Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue. ANL-150128-075717009

Terrington Young Farmers Club have completed a year’s worth of hard work and saw it come to fruition when the club’s membership gathered to present cheques for £700 each to local good causes.

One cheque was donated to Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital intensive care unit and the other went to Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue.

Former chairman Jamie Grant and current chairman Hayley Smith – joined by other club members – are pictured presenting the cheques to Rachael Scott from the QEH and Paul Chamberlain and Paul Webber from Search and Rescue.