National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

13 June 2017

Cheadle YFC in Staffordshire is hoping to open its doors again to new members in the area who want to be part of the Federation.

The Club closed about four years ago due to a lack of members but local interest has motivated people to relaunch the club.

Cheadle YFC is having a new members’ night on Wednesday 28 June at the railway Inn in Froghall at 8pm and anyone interested in joining the Club, who is aged between 10 and 26, is invited.

“You do not have to be a farmer to join, or even live on a farm,” said Staffordshire FYFC County Organiser Julia Taylor. “Many of the activities and competitions on offer ensure that members have an active social life. Any local young people, who would like to come along for an evening of YFC fun and to find out more about what Cheadle YFC could offer them, are all invited.”

For information on Cheadle YFC or Staffordshire YFC, contact Julia Taylor, County Organiser, on 01785 248645 or email for further information. Visit for information about Staffordshire FYFC and its local clubs.


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