Growers get special rate on Royal Agricultural Society of England membership

Grower members of the NFU are being offered free entry to the Royal Show and a 20% discount for joining the Royal Agricultural Society of England.

Growers wanting to join the society will now pay £45, saving £13, and gain free entry to all four days of the Stoneleigh Park show, usually setting them back £27.

NFU head of membership Huw Hilditch Roberts said he hoped the deal would encourage members to support the "showpiece event of the agricultural calendar".

Denis Chamberlain, communications and marketing director of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, said: "This is an example of how we can work together to boost membership value."

The offer is open for a three-year period. Call NFU CallFirst on 0870 845 8458.

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