Monthly Archive: April 2016

PM WARNS OF BREXIT RISKS

  FUW representatives met Prime Minister David Cameron on a North Wales farm last month to reinforce the importance of staying in the EU from an agriculture perspective. For many years the FUW has...

FUW shines spotlight on EU debate

TWO political heavyweights went head to head at last month’s FUW EU debate that put the spotlight firmly on the upcoming referendum. The FUW was the first union out of the starting blocks to...

Dog walkers urged to be country smart

DEVASTATING images of sheep savagely attacked and killed by dogs are a stark warning to those thinking of enjoying the countryside this spring with their pets on the loose. Recent police figures reveal that...

Digwyddiad hanesyddol Meirionnydd

BU digwyddiad hanesyddol i ni fel cangen sirol o’r undeb ym mis Mawrth wrth inni weld Prif Weinidog gwledydd Prydain David Cameron yn mynychu ymweliad fferm. Trefnwyd yr ymweliad ar fferm Tyfos, Llandrillo, ac...

Carmarthen Farming Connect open meeting

AT a recent open meeting at Llanarthney village hall organised by Carmarthenshire FUW, Alan Bowen, of Farming Connect, gave a presentation of the activities provided by the organisation along with courses and assistance available...

Carmarthenshire highlights rural crime

FUW’s Carmarthenshire branch has put the spotlight on rural crime by hosting four successful information evenings across the county with rural liaison officer for Carmarthen and St Clears PCSO Martin Dickenson. During the meetings...

Stronger and safer in Europe

FUW MATTERS by Alan Davies, FUW managing director I WENT to Brussels a few weeks ago with our president Glyn Roberts. We had been invited to a Welsh Government reception and took advantage of...