Three ladies from BRC's Middle Marches Butty Van, passed the Chaplaincy Training Module in July. They join Revd Martin Quayle who was the principal Chaplain of the first (Marches) Butty Van when the initiative started. The ladies will continue to volunteer, hosting Middle Marches Butty Van, BRC's third Butty Van venture, which started last year. As with the Marches Butty Van and Bearwood's Butty Breakfast, Middle Marches, is proving very popular with local farming families, attracting approximately fifty farmers to each monthly meeting. It is hoped that the three women, Janet, Debbie and Fiona, (pictured l-r) will be commissioned towards the end of the year.