National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

26 March 2013


Television presenter Adam Henson will host the first YFC road safety session on his farm in the Cotswolds this April and it’s free for members to attend.

The course, run by road safety charity Brake, is free for members thanks to funding from NFU Mutual and the Rural Youth Trust, and Adam has invited members to take part in the session on his Cotswold Farm Park in Gloucestershire on 13 April 2013.

The session runs from 11am until 4pm, includes lunch on the farm and will equip members with all they need to know to run their own 2young2die courses back in their clubs and counties.

There are only 25 places available and bookings are already being taken so book early to avoid disappointment.

Adam Henson said: "This is a message which is vitally important to reach all young people, who can easily become complacent on rural roads, and especially those young people who live in rural areas where slow moving farm vehicles, livestock, horses, cyclists and drivers trying to take a quick short cut, all share the same road space. This is an extremely worthwhile project and I wish the Drive it Home campaign every success."

This course is one of seven that Brake is running for YFC members and NFYFC has chosen seven locations for each Area of NFYFC to give everyone a chance to take part.

Each course has 25 spaces and members are already booking their places so make sure you grab a location near you.

  • Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park - Saturday 13 April (South West) - BOOKING HAS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS DATE
  • Farmers’ Weekly Office, Surrey – Friday 17th May (Southeast)
  • NFU Mutual Office, Warwickshire – Saturday 1st June (West Midlands)
  • Jimmy’s Farm, Suffolk – Saturday 15th June (Eastern)
  • Newark Showground – Saturday 14th September (East Midlands)
  • Gwent YFC Office – Saturday 26th October (Wales)
  • Yorskshire Museum of Farming, York - Saturday 19 October (Northern)
      Contact or call 02476 857227 to book your place.


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