National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

19 September 2014

Milly Wastie, former chairman of NFYFC, has been nominated for an award at the Inspiration Awards for Women 2014.

Milly, from Northamptonshire YFC, has been shortlisted in the 'Most Aspirational' category at the awards, due to take place on 2nd October at the Cadogan Hall in Chelsea. She has been nominated for her commitments to the charity sector and the advocacy work within agriculture.

The awards ceremony is an uplifting and emotional event where stars and women from every walk of life are celebrated equally in one room. Along with promoting a positive image of women and acknowledging dynamic role models, the event raises money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.  

Milly, who works as Regional Manager for the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), said: "I’m planning on enjoying the experience and if I happen to win the award I would be absolutely over the moon! What I’m most proud about is that I have been shortlisted in such a mainstream awards ceremony and that they are recognising agriculture so I hope I can fly the flag!"

You can read more about why Milly has been shortlisted for this highly impressive award by clicking here.

The vote is open to the public, so to vote for Milly, please click here.



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