Category: Young Farmers

Title-holders chosen at Clwyd YFC event

CLWYD YFC held their Titles night recently at The Club House, Wrexham. The junior and senior members of the year and county queen for 2015-2016 were selected and the situations vacant and commercial dance...

Feast of talent at the Grand

YOUNG people from all over Wales gave a spectacular showcase of talent during the Wales YFC Entertainment Feast weekend which hosted English and Welsh pantomime competitions held at the Grand Theatre, Swansea. Thirteen clubs...

Carmarthenshire ten pin bowling

CARMARTHENSHIRE YFC members enjoyed the county ten pin bowling competition on March 4 at Xcel Bowl, Jonhstown, Carmarthen. The Llanwinio team of Rebecca Pugh, Adam Shaw, Adam Lamb and Amy Shaw won the junior...

UK farm minister visits Brecknock

UK environment, food and rural affairs secretary Elizabeth Truss visited Brecknock YFC’s office last month and said she wanted to see a “proper focus on rural issues” – especially among young people. She met...

Motivating Somerset visit

FIRST on our list of visits in Somerset recently was Worthy farm, home of the Gold Cup winning dairy herd and the world famous Glastonbury festival, writes Wales YFC youth forum chairman Jonathan Evans....

Northop clinch Clwyd quiz title

NORTHOP YFC won the Clwyd county federation’s annual quiz held recently at Denbigh Rugby Club. Erfyl Jones took to the helm as quizmaster and 19 teams battled it out with gusto and enthusiasm. Last...

Elin takes up pinta challenge

CEREDIGION AM Elin Jones accepted a challenge from Pontsian YFC to show her support for the dairy industry by drinking a pint of milk in one go. The club has challenged people to film...

Bottomless pit of talent

OVER 100 clubs have been battling it out for a chance to represent their county federation at the annual Wales YFC Entertainment Feast This year the event, supported by Coleg Sir Gar, will be...

Welsh shepherd is NSA Next Generation Ambassador

A YOUNG Powys shepherd is among 12 people selected forthe National Sheep Association’s 2015 Next Generation Ambassador Programme. George Gough, of Knighton, is a 22-year-old contract shepherd who manages other people’s sheep while running...