The STV Children’s Appeal is again delighted to have the support of QMS in our 2017 campaign.

This year the artistic and creative talent of members of the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs (SAYFC) is set to spring up in fields around the country in the form of “bale art” in the coming weeks.

This year SAYFC members have been challenged to create bale art which includes a celebration of the Scotch Lamb brand.

The bale art set to appear around the country over the coming weeks will celebrate all that makes Scotch Lamb special, as well as supporting the STV Children’s Appeal.

A Justgiving Page has been set up so that people who are impressed with the young farmers’ works of art can make a donation in support of the Appeal, which has raised £13.7 million in the past six years, providing much-needed support to over 62,000 children in every region of Scotland.

TV presenter Lorraine Kelly, who is a trustee and huge supporter of the STV Children’s Appeal, will judge the young farmers’ finalist entries in the bale art competition and select the overall winner.

“This is a brilliant initiative by Scotland’s young farmers and Quality Meat Scotland and I’m really looking forward to seeing the bale art entries,” said Ms Kelly.

“As well as bringing smiles to the faces of people who enjoy the creations springing up in stubble fields throughout Scotland, this year the young farmers will also help to raise money for the STV Children's Appeal, an incredibly worthwhile cause which helps children who endure tough times throughout Scotland. Best of luck to everyone who is taking part!”

Thanks to the amazing support of QMS and the SAYFC!

via STV via STV