National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

26 April 2009

Beatbullying logoBeatbullying is the UK’s leading bullying prevention charity working with young people to create a world whereby bullying is unacceptable. Beatbullying has directly or indirectly worked with 700,000+ young people over the past 5 years, assisting and supporting young people that are being bullied, re-educating and changing the behaviour of young people that bully, and preventing bullying in schools and communities across the UK.

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The National Federation of Young Farmers are delighted to be working alongside Beatbullying to understand if bullying has effected any Young Farmers. Please click on the below link to complete an anonymous survey from Beatbullying – please be honest with your answers. NFYFC are very pleased to announce that Beatbullying will be at the AGM in Blackpool, able to answer questions you have relating to bullying.

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bullet point Please click here to complete the survey


23 April 2009

Catch up with news from your Chairman Bryce Mackellar about his busy year in office; meet the new members of the NFYFC team and learn more about what has been going on at the Stoneleigh office.

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You can also read a full round-up of what’s in store at what promises to be another fantastic fun-filled Annual Convention over the coming Bank Holiday weekend. And don’t forget to take part in our climate change quiz and send us your articles for a chance to have them published on the website later in the year.

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Please click here to download your copy of Ten26.

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Please click here to download your copy of Cyffro.


14 April 2009

MadnessSee Madness live in concert, and meet your friends in a reserved YFC facility overlooking the pre-parade ring, thanks to an exclusive entrance and entertainment package being offered to Young Farmers by Newbury Racecourse, Berkshire.

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Party in the Paddock, on Saturday 30 May, is one of the venue’s biggest fixtures of the year and members are being offered an evening of great racing from 6.10pm, with a chance to spot the winning horses from the private YFC area, plus access to an exclusive cash bar and hog roast.

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Eighties ska legends Madness will be playing live in concert after the racing, bringing some of their biggest hits, including Our House, Baggy Trousers, and House of Fun, to the racecourse stage.

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YFC entrance and entertainment package tickets must be booked in advance by Tuesday 5 May and cost £35 per person.

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For more information, or to book your tickets, contact Olivia Brocklebank on 01635 40015 or email olivia.brocklebank@newbury-racecourse.co.uk.


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