The Royal Cheshire County Show is proud to support the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) who offer financial support to farming people in hardship of all ages.
Treating every application for support on its own merits, working with compassion and discretion, they provide short-term and long-term support to people and many become ‘full beneficiaries’ of the charity, receiving on-going regular support. Every case is different and the help they offer is wide ranging.
You will be able to meet Clarabelle the cow – RABI’s very own entry to Cow Parade Surrey!
Clarabelle has been beautifully painted with a herd of grazing cows surrounded by Surrey countryside views by York-based artist, Lauren Terry of Lauren’s Cows, in her signature style.
Lauren is a fantastic supporter of RABI, selling note cards and donating images for the charity. She will hopefully be joining us on the stand to talk about Clarabelle and her artwork.
Lauren’s Cows is a mother, daughter partnership specialising in vibrant artwork and luxury items for the home. With Lauren painting from her studio in the heart of York and Jude running and taking care of business from the family home in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside.