Finch Engineering promotes mental health and epilepsy at Elders Farmfest field days

Helen Walker
Updated June 11 2024 - 8:12pm, first published June 6 2024 - 6:00pm
Leeroy Finch and Brett Edwards of Finch Engineering in front of the blue painted chaser bin on display to promote mental health awareness in memory of Kerrin Simmich. Picture Helen Walker
Leeroy Finch and Brett Edwards of Finch Engineering in front of the blue painted chaser bin on display to promote mental health awareness in memory of Kerrin Simmich. Picture Helen Walker

A chaser bin and a mother bin at the Finch Engineering Elders FarmFest site had a bigger story than just how much grain they could hold.

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Helen Walker

Helen Walker

Toowoomba-based Journalist

Helen is the Toowoomba-based journalist who loves nothing better than covering anything horse sport related, however she covers all commodities and personality yarns. Over the years she has lived in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Longreach and Roma filing stories for the 'bible of the bush'. Contact 0459 827414.

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