RHASSRoyal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland (UK)
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"This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that RHASS is proud to support as it strives to champion innovation and young people in the industry," said RHASS chief executive, Alan Laidlaw.
A 40 years RHASS Long Service Medal was presented to New Abbey stockman Gordon McKenna of James Kingan and Sons and Kingan Farms, who joked that he started work with the company on a six months trial straight from school "that has never ended."
"We needed to react to what was happening in the entire rural community, and it fits well with the drive to modernise the RHASS. Long service awards can now be awarded to employees who have worked full-time within the rural, agricultural and support services, making a direct contribution the agricultural community."
Mr Gray, who is currently in his fourth term as a director of RHASS, has been involved in the society in many capacities for the last 20 years, including taking on roles such as chief steward of car parks in 2006 and chief steward of parades in 2015.
When the RHASS opportunity came along, Hutt was spending most of his time on planes and trains away from home (he has a wife, a young family and three dogs) and wanted to be closer to home.
RHASS chief executive, Alan Laidlaw, said: "Canada and Scotland have strong cultural and commercial ties and RHASS is proud to play its part in strengthening these further to the support the advancement of agriculture."
RHASS chief executive Ray Jones said: "We believe there is room for both a successful airport and a successful showground at Ingliston."
Mr Goldie, of South Bowerhouses and Townfoot Farms, was presented with the Sir William Young Award from the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS).
Today, this sector is increasingly under threat from global, economic, political and environmental forces and RHASS remains focused on its role in supporting and promoting the interests of its 15,000+ members.
The RHASS were clients of Edinburgh law firm Tods Murray, where McLetchie was a pounds 30,000-per-year partner.
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has unveiled the winners of this year's Technical Innovation Awards.