Category: FUW News

Mental health remains a priority for FUW

The FUW remains extremely frustrated and alarmed about an existing open access TB information portal and has written several times to the Cabinet Secretary for energy, Planning and Rural affairs about this matter. “The...

Union remains extremely frustrated and alarmed

The FUW has expressed its disappointed at the Information Commissioner’s Office ruling that ‘no further action’ is required following the accidental release of personal farm details by Welsh Government. Both the farm name and...

Making messages matter

LAst month we held our fantastically well supported and successful breakfasts across the country (a big thanks to all who made it happen and all who joined in!) One important element of breakfast week...

Cofio John Dyer James

Gyda thristwch mawr y daeth y newyddion am farwolaeth John dyer James yn niwedd mis ionawr. Bu’n ysgrifennydd sirol i UaC meirionnydd rhwng 1974- 1988 a gweithiodd yn gydwybodol a diflino dros yr undeb...

FUW Glamorgan elect president

GlamorGanshire beef and sheep farmer lorraine howells, who took early retirement from teaching at the local comprehensive school in 1997 to devote more time to farming, has been elected as the FUW’s Glamorgan county...