National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Fun, Learning, and Achievement

RYE European Rally - Gloucestershire, England

This trip is organsied by Rural Youth Europe. Find more information about Rural Youth Europe here.


Each year the European Rally discusses a topic and this year the theme of the week is ‘Sharing and caring in a Democratic and Inclusive European Community’. The aim of this year’s Rally is that European Rural Youth learn how to recognise signs of mental illness, develop competences in how to deal with different situations and to be inspired to bring the learning home to develop healthy rural communities for the future. 


19th - 24th August 2019 (one week)

Who can go?

Four YFC members or associate members aged from 18 to 30 years old*, plus one leader (NFYFC Officer).

How much?

£60 participation fee, £30 refundable multimedia presentation deposit, flight, insurance, visa & social expenditure.

Tell me more...

The Rural Youth Europe European Rally unites 150 young people from across Europe for a week of homestays, sight-seeing and workshops. It is the perfect opportunity to experience different cultures, languages and even food with an international buffet and displays from each country. You will be attending the rally with three other NFYFC members so it's also a great chance to make new friends a little closer to home too.

How to apply

Click here to apply for a 2019 YFC Travel trip.

*This trip is only available to members holding membership with an English county (Wales send their own delegates)

What the travellers say...

Gareth, Russell, Paul, Sarah and Natalie were all part of the European Rally team who visited Poland in 2012.
“It was amazing how many parallels existed between countries on opposite sides of Europe but just as fascinating to hear how the various countries are tackling problems and embracing the future.”

Claire Worden was Rally Team Leader for a trip to Slovenia in 2011:
“The European Rally is YFC on a European level, it's unlike anything else you will experience.”




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