MALPAS FIELD CLUB - Sixty Years of Change in Cheshire Farming.

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MALPAS FIELD CLUB — 12th February

Talk by David Paton on 'Sixty Years of Change in Cheshire Farming'.

The next meeting of Malpas Field Club will be on Wednesday 12th February at Malpas High Street Church SY14 8PR (7.45 pm) when David Paton will give an illustrated talk on 'Sixty Years of Change in Cheshire Farming'.

David is a farmer's son from Overton Common, just outside Malpas.

He ran a relief milking business until 1974 then joined the commercial arm of agriculture as a ruminant specialist.

For his last 25 years of working life he ran a farm consultancy business.

David's talk forms part of a varied programme covering history, natural history, farming and other countryside topics.

For further information about the Field Club or to be sent a copy of the current programme, by post or email, please contact secretary David Hayns:
Tel: 01948 860486 Email: davidhayns.123@btinternet.com

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