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FUW Ltd to be VAT registered

WITH effect from April 1 2019, FUW Ltd will be registered for VAT. We are taking this step as it will provide positive cash flow to the union. We currently are unable to claim...

Am lanast llwyr!

gan Glyn Roberts, llywydd FUW WRth i’r ffilm lwyddiannus “Stan and Ollie” lenwi sinemâu o gwmpas y wlad yn ystod yr wythnosau diwethaf, atgoffwyd llawer ohonom o ddywediad enwog Oliver hardy: “here’s another fine...

Key figures meet

thE FUW has met with key figures in the European Commission and Parliament to discuss Brexit and its implications, with just 30 days to go before the UK is due to leave the EU....

Book your SAF appointment, FUW encourages members

IT’S that time of year again when we start thinking about Single Application Forms (SAF). The application window opened on Monday March 4 and the FUW is reminding its members that county staff are...

Membership survey 2019

DUrInG your Single Application Form appointment you will again this year be asked to fill in a short survey about your satisfaction with the membership service, potential new services and promotional material. The feedback...

Funding of £240k for Welsh farmers

Farming charity r.a.B.i is working with the Welsh government to provide one-off discretionary grants to farmers in Wales suffering hardship following the 2018 summer drought. The Welsh government has made £240,000 available to r.a.B.i...

Concerns over changes to BSL audit requirements

THe FUW have recently raised concerns with the Biomass Suppliers List (BSL) regarding the recent changes in their audit requirements. As part of the BSL audit process all suppliers are emailed a report which lists any actions required....

Pan-Wales ‘NVZ’ type regulations disastrous

ThE FUW’s Livestock and hill farming committees have described Welsh government plans to introduce a pan-Wales ‘nVZ’ type regulations as disastrous for the livestock industry. Speaking after a joint meeting of the two committees...