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Help shape the future of farming 

What should the future of farming look like? If you have opinions, then why not join our YFC talks with Defra and share your ideas? 

NFYFC is organising a series of events around the country to gather the views of YFC members to feedback to Defra on what you think the future of farming should look like and what you want to see in new agricultural and environmental policies.

The process of leaving the European Union means that new agriculture and environment policies for the UK must be put in place. British food enjoys a reputation for quality which has been built on high animal welfare standards, strong environmental protections and the dedication of farmers and growers to meeting consumer expectations.

We have a once in a generation opportunity to transform our food and farming policies and improve our environment and it’s vital we are all part of this process.

Be part of the debate and come along to your local event – dates and venues to be confirmed soon.

 Region Date Time Venue
 West Midlands 19 November 2017 (Sunday) 11.45am-1.45pmYFC County Office, Staffs Showground, ST18 0BD (during English Winter Fair)
 North West 7 December 2017
 7:30pm-9:30pm Westmorland County Agricultural Society, Farm Lane, Milnthorpe, Cumbria, LA7 7NH
 North 28 November (Tuesday) 6.30pm-9.30pmHarrogate Pavilions, Railway Road, Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate HG2 8NZ 
 Eastern 22 November (Wednesday) 7.00pm-9.30pm Essex YFC, Whitbreads Barn, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 3LQ
 East Midlands 22 November (Wednesday) From 5.30pmLady Eastwood Building, Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Winthorpe, Coddington Newark, NG24 2NY 
 South East 25 November (Saturday) 1.30pm-3.30pm Ibis Styles, Reading Centre, 4-8 Duke Street, Reading RG1 4RY
 South West 15 November (Wednesday) 7.30pm-9.30pmDevon Rural Hub, Cheriton Bishop, Exeter EX6 6JH
 Wales 27 November (Monday)
 10:00am-12:00pm YFC Centre, Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, Builth,Wells, Powys, LD2 3SY
Launch of NFYFC AGRI Position Paper – Considerations for a future British Agricultural Policy

AGRI is pleased to launch its final position paper on considerations for a future agricultural policy before the start of a series of regional discussion groups for YFC members with Defra.  

The next generation’s opinion for a future domestic agricultural policy has obvious significance and the position paper offers a range of collaborative opinions to help underpin a sustainable and robust rural environment.  

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