Send a Cow was delighted to welcome Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset, to its offices on Friday 25th July. Mr Rees-Mogg was given a tour of the different Send a Cow departments and met former CEO, Simon Barnes, as well as our Chief Operating Officer, Paul Stuart.
Send a Cow was delighted to welcome Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset, to its offices on Friday 25 July. Mr Rees-Mogg was given a tour of the different Send a Cow departments and met former CEO Simon Barnes and Chief Operating Officer Paul Stuart.

The local MP sat in on a meeting of Send a Cow’s senior management team, during which he was shown a video explaining Send a Cow’s work. The group discussed the charity’s position in the local community and its historical connection with the countryside around Bath. Mr Rees-Mogg was interested to find out about how Send a Cow’s programmes work in practice including how the improvements are sustained when training ends and the way that farmers develop skills in business and entrepreneurship. Following his visit, Mr Rees-Mogg said ‘the practical help provided to individual farmers shows Send a Cow to be a model of successful overseas aid. That it is a local charity is a matter of pride for the whole community.’Send a Cow CEO Simon Barnes explains ‘we greatly enjoyed the opportunity to discuss our work with Mr Rees-Mogg.

Our place in the local community is something we value very much, so it was great to get to know a local MP a bit better.’Send a Cow was delighted to welcome Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset, to its offices on Friday 25th July. Mr Rees-Mogg was given a tour of the different Send a Cow departments and met CEO, Simon Barnes, as well as our Chief Operating Officer, Paul Stuart.

The local MP sat in on a meeting of Send a Cow’s senior management team, during which he was shown a video explaining Send a Cow’s work. The group discussed the charity’s position in the local community and its historical connection with the countryside around Bath.
Mr Rees-Mogg was interested to find out about how Send a Cow’s programmes work in practice, including how the improvements are sustained when training ends and the way that farmers develop skills in business and entrepreneurship.

Following his visit, Mr Rees-Mogg said:

The practical help provided to individual farmers shows Send a Cow to be a model of successful overseas aid. That it is a local charity is a matter of pride for the whole community.’
Send a Cow CEO, Simon Barnes, explains:

‘We greatly enjoyed the opportunity to discuss our work with Mr Rees-Mogg. Our place in the local community is something we value very much, so it was great to get to know a local MP a bit better.’