Final words from the Norfolk CAC 2020 Team
The management team for the CAC 2020 has been the dynamic duo of Jacob Stirling Project Coordinator and Faye Burrage, who in the last 3 months has taken over the role as Project Manager from Annabel Kester. Both Faye and Jacob have given such an enthusiastic approach to the conference, so it was deeply disappointing but completely understandable that the conference could not go ahead as planned in Norfolk.
Faye and Jacob have received such amazing support both locally and from across the globe with input into the incredible conference plans and met so many helpful people passionate about the future of agriculture, which they hope to keep in contact with many.
Working from the RNAA base has been a fantastic experience with Greg Smith as the perfect mentor and all of the RNAA staff have been extremely supportive and kind. The location at the Norfolk Showground is a very familiar place to both Faye and Jacob and somewhere they will always hold great fondness for.
From 1st May Faye will immediately start her new role as Director of Further Education at Writtle University College in Essex and will continue to work enthusiastically supporting Agricultural Land Based Education.
Jacob will continue to bake cakes and rescue lost dogs.
The RASC Board of Trustees have all been extremely welcoming and supportive and both Faye and Jacob would like to say a special thank you to Michael Lambert, Sir Nicholas Bacon and Allan Murray.
Faye and Jacob will follow the RASC future plans with great interest and look forward to seeing news on the RASC website.
In the meantime, thank you everyone for your friendship and support, take care and goodbye for now!