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frater

A common eating room in a monastery.
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There were seven of us in the house because my uncle lived in, and we would sit around the little coal fire, and if you added up what we ate in a week, it was nothing compared to what people do now," says Frater, who is named after his father's twin brother and reckons he is the only Stoker Frater in the world.
A grammar school boy, whose mother bought him a pony when he passed the 11-plus and won a place at the Duke's School in Alnwick, Frater never intended to be a farmer.
Although not the eldest son, Frater took the tenancy at Abberwick when his father retired because he had taken a farm business management course at Kirkley Hall.
The family had always been NFU members, but Frater didn't become more deeply involved with the union until the mid-1990s.