With the new school year fast approaching, the Royal Northern Countryside Initiative (RNCI) is pleased to have appointed a new Project Manager, Rob Clunas to oversee and co-ordinate the charities many services. The RNCI’s objective is to help children and their teachers in the North-East of Scotland develop a greater understanding of farming and the working countryside. Achieved by offering free classroom speakers, farm visits and through their fantastic countryside classroom on wheels known as the CCOW.
Mr Clunas; originally from the Black Isle has relocated to Aberdeen City to best furnish this role. He has plans for both expansion and development of the charity to help continue their good work and ability to educate more young people. Chair of the RNCI committee, Ewan Johnston said, “The committee and I are pleased to have Rob on board and can’t wait to hear what ideas and plans he has for the future of the RNCI.”