The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) is inviting local farmers to join its members at a farmhouse breakfast at The Feathers Hotel, Helmsley, on Thursday, July 31, at 9am.
Afterwards, members of the newly formers North Yorkshire A1 East committee will be entertained by a humorous talk by Adam Collier, who will speak about the idiosyncrasies of the Yorkshire dialect.
Due to expansion, the North Yorkshire committee split into A1 East and A1 West to help increase awareness and fundraising for the farming support charity.
Tom Watson, of Cundalls, which is sponsoring the breakfast, said: “We are delighted to support R.A.B.I as they do great work for the farming community.”
Sally Conner, R.A.B.I. regional manager for the north east, added: “I am really looking forward to a wonderful Yorkshire Breakfast. RABI gives out more grants in North Yorkshire than in any other county so it was decided that another committee in the East could help raise awareness of what we do.
“I would like to thank Cundalls for their sponsorship and the Feathers Hotel for hosting the event.”
Tickets cost £12.50 and are available from Sally Conner on (01964) 541400.