National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

21 November 2013

This year it was the turn of Doncaster YFC to host the Went Valley District Rally and it seems to have helped kick start some winning ways.

Despite being the smallest Club in the district, Went Valley members organised a successful district Winter Rally which included dozens of craft competitions, sheath tossing and hedge laying.

YFC members and non-members went along on the day to take part in the rally and Doncaster YFC had an especially good turn-out of new members. At the end of the day the Club were rewarded for all of their hard work by coming second in the competitions.

Kate Lovatt, Doncaster YFC Secretary, said:

“Anybody who has ever organised a YFC rally knows how stressful it can be, so when it came to our turn we went into overdrive to make the day the best it could be!

"A huge thank you to all the members who turned up and competed for the Club, as well as their families, parents and friends for helping to run such a successful day.”

19 November 2013


Young Farmers in Warwickshire have raised thousands for a local hospice after hodling their annual summer party.

Wormleighton YFC raised just under £3000 for Katharine House Hospice at their summer festival which this year took the theme of a family fun day.

The main attraction was a Tug of War across the river, with five Clubs from Warwickshire YFC taking part and a slightly damp end for the loosing side!

Amy Brown, Wormeleighton YFC's Chairwoman said:

“Tug of war is taken really seriously amongst Warwickshire Young Farmers; so it made a good change to have a light-hearted competition. The river element always draws a good crowd and it was great to see so many people supporting their teams.”

Other attractions included lamb racing, bale throwing, sumo wrestling and more, followed by a BBQ, for which all of the produce was kindly donated.

The fun day was followed by a festival-themed open-air party, where hundreds of young farmers danced the night away.

Amy added:

“I’m so pleased that we are able to donate £2,970 to Katharine House Hospice, the hard work from our members certainly paid off. It has really inspired us to make next year bigger and better.”

The cheque was handed to Katharine House Hospice this week and  a spokesman for the charity said:

“We are so grateful to the young farmers for this fantastic donation, they have been supporters of the hospice for several years, raising many thousands.  Katharine House relies on donations such as these to provide our care which is free to all who turn to us.”

11 November 2013

Eighty five past, present and future members of Kingsbrompton Young Farmers' Club gathered to celebrating the Clubs 80th birthday this month.

To mark the occasion the club held a dinner and dance in Brompton Regis Village Hall, which also included an auction of promises and a live band. 

Laura Tidy Club Press Officer said:

“On behalf of the club I would like to thank everyone who contributed in making the hall look fantastic, organising and preparing the food and drink”.

Lucy Luxton Event Organiser added:

“It was fantastic to have so many friendly faces of all ages coming together to celebrate this occasion. We were honoured to have Harold Hayes an original member of Kingsbrompton Young Farmers with us celebrating this marvellous occasion”

05 November 2013

Young Farmers’ Clubs across the country raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity every year.

If your Club has been busy fundraising, then why not get your achievements recognised by NFYFC. There are two trophies up for grabs for YFC Clubs and Counties that raise the most money for charity throughout the year. The winners are calculated on a per member basis so even if you don't have many member you could still be in with a chance of winning!

  • The Prince of Wales Trophy is awarded to the County that raises the most money for charity
  • The Lionel Hill MBE Club Charity Cup is awarded to the Club that raises the most money for charity.

To be in with a chance of winning this trophy, which will be presented at the Annual General Meeting, download an entry form and send to Sandra Bromley at NFYFC - The closing date for entries is Friday 22nd November.

Download the cup and trophy rules here

Download the entry forms

05 November 2013


Looking for a quick and easy way to raise money for your YFC?

EasyFundraising works in a similar way to many other loyalty shopping sites, but instead of earning points when you shop online, you raise a donation for your YFC Club or County instead. With Christmas fast approaching, your Club members can shop online and raise money for YFC with no extra costs.

Just visit, search for your Club or County and follow the simple steps to sign up. It’s completely free and signing up only takes two minutes!

You can shop with over 2,000 well known stores including, Amazon, John Lewis, Tesco, Argos and many more, and every time you shop, you’ll earn a donation for your Club or County at no additional cost to you.

For further information about Easy Fundraising please contact Christina Evans - or 02476 857227


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