August 9, 2022

THE ROYAL Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has declared the appointment of a new Chairman. 

Jim Warnock, of Gartfinnan Farm, Clackmannanshire, has been appointed Chairman for a two-yr time period.

The 61-12 months-outdated, who is Taking care of Director of JDWAgri Ltd., has served as a Stirling location Director at RHASS since 2010, prior to staying appointed Chairman Designate in 2020.

Throughout his time at the Modern society, Jim has served as Steward for Cattle, Sheep, Light-weight Horse and Hefty Horse before getting chosen as Chief Steward of the Principal Ring, a place he held for 5 years.

RHASS Chairman Jim Warnock.
Jim Warnock has served as a Sitrling area Director at RHASS given that 2010. (Image equipped with release by Stand for)

Earlier Chairman of Stirling Younger Farmers and Previous Chairman and President of Stirling Agricultural Society, Jim has been an active member of RHET Forth Valley delivering classroom talks, farm visits and other RHET Functions. 

Commenting on his appointment, Jim said: “I am honoured to hold the position of Chairman at RHASS following what has been a extremely tough time.  

“My management model is that of collaboration and I seem ahead to doing work closely with fellow directors, members, Royal Highland Display exhibitors and the wider sector as we embark on a new chapter for the Society publish-Covid.  

“We are mindful that there is a great deal to be finished to build on the successes when doing work to meet the difficulties of functioning a person of the UK’s most significant agricultural exhibits.  

“I am on the lookout forward to meeting our stakeholders and listening to their comments so we can work with each other to make the Royal Highland Demonstrate even much better, alongside ensuring the Society continues to have out its charitable remit to shield and promote the passions of rural Scotland.”  

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