Mags Granger retires as Welfare Manager
31 March 2021
All at RSABI would like to wish Mags Granger a very happy retirement, as she retires today. Mags joined the organisation in September 2016 as our Welfare Manager and has had a huge impact on RSABI, helping us to improve our services and to support even more people in Scottish agriculture.
Chief Executive Nina Clancy said: ““Mags has been instrumental in helping the team at RSABI improve and develop or support service for people in Scottish agriculture. We are helping more people, more effectively as a result. She has made a real difference to people’s lives over the last few years with RSABI. I wish her all the very best for the future”
Mags said: “Thank you to all who have sent cards and kind messages for my retirement. I would also like to thank the staff, trustees, volunteers and the wider industry for the support they have given both myself and RSABI to improve the lives of those that have come to us for help.
“I leave the organisation in the safe hands of Chris McVey – RSABI’s new Welfare Manager.”
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