National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

20 December 2012


The latest issue of the members’ magazine Ten26 is being posted in time for Christmas to all members in England and Wales.

For the first time, the 32-page magazine has also been translated into Welsh and translated copies have been sent to the homes of Welsh members who have requested them.

The winter issue is packed with members’ news and updates including celebratory stories from the winners of competitions in Stafford, Malvern and from the Stock Judging finals.

The magazine also focuses on the Drive it Home campaign, which launched in November and includes all the details on how you and your club can get involved in the campaign to save lives on rural roads.

The magazine also includes interviews with the three new women at the top of Council this year – Chairman Milly Wastie and Vice Chairmen Claire Worden and Hannah Talbot. The trio took part in a fun Charlie’s Angels style photo shoot for the magazine and are nicknamed NFYFC’s Angels.

Russell Carrington from Hereford YFC is also interviewed in this issue about his passion for agriculture and his new role as Vice Chairman of the Agricultural and Rural Affairs Committee (ARAC).

Members can also take a trip down memory lane with a special feature reviewing the last 80 years of the organisation. The first Young Farmers’ Club in Hemyock, Devon, Culm Valley YFC, shares its photos from 1921. Club Chairman Sara Spiller said: “It’s great to know the whole Federation throughout England and Wales started in our little village.”

As well as all the club news from across the counties, you can also enter a competition to design a new logo for Rural Youth Europe’s Autumn Seminar to win Go Ape tickets.

Make sure you catch up with all the latest news from NFYFC in your magazine and drop us an email at magazine@nfyfc.org.uk if you have stories for the next issue of Ten26.


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