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RABI is also seeking a commercial sponsor to help cover the costs of producing its own commemorative map on which every registered beacon will be marked.
RABI is a farming welfare charity that operates throughout England and Wales, helping farmers, farm workers and their families who rely on farming for their main source of income.
The RABI is a grantgiving welfare charity that helps farming people in financial need.
In order to further strengthen its locally-based activities, the RABI is splitting the North of England into two regions ( the North-West (comprising Cumbria, Lancashire, Cheshire and South and West Yorkshire) and the North-East (comprising Northumberland, Durham, North Yorkshire and East Yorkshire).
RABI is a grant-making charity which helps farming people in financial difficulty.
Often RABI is a lifeline when those in need have nowhere else to turn.
Formed in 1860, Rabi is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland which aims to relieve severe financial hardship in the farming community.