National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

08 May 2011

The Prince of Wales Perpetual Charity Challenge Trophy

 

  1. 1st: Cornwall: Presented by Lionel Hill MBE to Jen White

2nd: Essex

3rd: Somerset

(County federation raising the most money per member for a charitable cause. As at August 2010)

Between them, 19 of the federation's counties raised a staggering £373,027 for other charities during 2010.


NFU Trophy

 

Cumbria: Presented by NFYFC president Matt Baker to Steven Dixon

(Champion county federation, NFYFC competitions finals 2009-10)


Tug Wilson Trophy

 

Derbyshire: Presented by NFYFC president Matt Baker to Stacey Bush

(Reserve champion county federation, NFYFC competitions finals 2009-10)


Merrick Burrell Trophy

 

Hertfordshire: Presented by NFYFC president Matt Baker to Sam Barton

(County federation with the largest percentage increase in membership over the past three years. As at August 2010)

The Worshipful Company of Farmers’ Trophy

 

Warwickshire: Presented by NFYFC president Matt Baker to Ben Harris

(Champion small county federation whose membership figures are amongst the lowest 50 per cent of counties, NFYFC competitions finals 2009-10)


Sidney Fawcett Trophy

 

Presented by retiring NFYFC president Lionel Hill MBE to Warwickshire's Anna Blythe

(Member making the greatest contribution to the democratic proceedings at the 2011 AGM)


The Lionel J Hill MBE NFYFC Club Charity Cup

 

Presented by Helen Hill to Daniel Buchanan on behalf of Drigg YFC, Cumbria

(YFC raising the most money for charity during 2010)

Drigg YFC are the winners of this new trophy presented to the federation by retiring president Lionel Hill MBE. The club raised £23,063 for the Special Care Baby Unit at West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven by pulling a pink tractor 33 miles from Broughton in Furness via Corney Fell to the West Cumberland Hospital in a time of 8 hours and 42 minutes.

YFA Trophy

Presented to Warwickshire YFC's Helen Keenlyside by retiring NFYFC president Lionel Hill MBE

(YFC member creating the best presentation to promote Discovery)



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