National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

14 March 2010

Show goes on for Herefordshire YFC

Herefordshire YFC’s budding young thespians didn’t let bad weather dampen their spirits at their recent drama and One Plus festival.

The event, at Kingstone High School, saw four teams taking part and adjudicator Marie O'Sullivan had a tough job on her hands.

The standard of entries was high but a decision had to be made and it was Golden Valley YFC who prevailed and took home the Ian Fraser Memorial Cup.

The Mrs S M Coxon Cup went to runners-up Hereford YFC, and the Richard Lloyd Memorial Cup went to Eardisley YFC.

Eardisley YFC’s Emma Bryan took away the Alleycat Cup for the best under-26 female performance, while the David Williams Memorial Cup, for the best under-26 male performance, went to Kevin Stokes of Golden Valley YFC.

The One Plus competition, which involves five minutes of almost any type of stage work, provided some very creative entertainment alongside the drama productions and Golden Valley B team took the prize in both the age categories.

The stage compere competition was a chance for members to learn more about how to introduce a production and to interact with the audience, and Hereford YFC’s Sarah Meredith came first.

Hereford YFC, Eardisley YFC and Allensmore YFC, went on to compete at the All England Drama Festival on at the Courtyard, Hereford, and were rewarded with some outstanding results, collecting eight awards from the 13 categories.

On 20 March, Golden Valley YFC and Hereford YFC will be on stage again at the Courtyard, Hereford representing Herefordshire in the West Midlands area YFC finals.

  1. Click here for the full list of results


 


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