National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

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Frontline YFC Profiles 

Many YFC members are the nation's key workers – helping on the frontline in hospitals and care homes, producing food or involved in supporting the farming industry to ensure the nation is fed, as well as volunteering their time and resources to support those in key roles. We are proud of all the YFC members who are involved in helping the country through Covid-19. Here are just some of the YFC heroes.

Please email if you are a key worker or know someone a YFC member who is one and would like to share your story. 

The nurse: Jessica Preece, Buckinghamshire

It’s barely been six months since Jessica Preece, a member of Princes Risborough YFC in Buckinghamshire, qualified as a nurse and now she’s helping to support the nation through a pandemic. Read more  



The student nurse: Hollie Brookes, Staffordshire  

Volunteering to work on the frontline during the Coronavirus was important to YFC member and student nurse Hollie Brookes, 19, from Uttoxeter YFC. Hollie is only in her second year of training but despite the nerves, is leaving the family dairy farm behind to work on a placement in a busy city hospital.  Read more


The volunteer: Victoria Boxall-Hunt

Since being in lockdown, primary school teacher Victoria Boxall-Hunt from Newton St Cyres YFC in Devon, has been keeping busy by knitting baby hats for the local neonatal unit. Read more






The Farm Trader: Luke Cox, Wiltshire

Supporting farmers with grain marketing decisions is still a role Luke Cox from Malmesbury YFC is able to fulfil in isolation while he’s based on the family farm in the Cotswolds. Read more


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