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HFYFC

Herefordshire Federation of Young Farmers Clubs

Are you aged 10-28? Do you love rural life? Do want to meet new people, make new friends, learn new skills and have fun? Think that you have what it takes to join the Club? Come down and find out. Join in competitions, events, training and more, here at HFYFC.

About

Learn About HFYFC and our mission here.

About us

Herefordshire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs is affiliated to the National Federation (NFYFC), providing opportunities for Young people aged 10-26 in the Rural Community.

Our Clubs

Browse our latest HFYFC clubs and join in!

Our News

Find out what is happening at HFYFC and in your local YFC Clubs. You can also subscribe to our Newsletters to find out more HFYFC News.

Documents

Take a look at the Resources here.

Accessible Docs

Take a look at the Resources section for information on Competitions, Events, Results, Club paperwork, Membership Forms and the County Calendar.

Fun, Learning & Achevements

Led by young people, for young people, Young Farmers’ Clubs provide their members, aged 10 to 26, with a unique opportunity to develop skills, promote learning, to work with their local communities and to travel abroad, whilst taking part in a varied and fun competitions programme and enjoying a dynamic social life.

Your Local Club

HFYFC has 14 active clubs across the county, with over 600 members spanning the rural area running events, training and competitions for their members, feeding in to the County, Area and National Competitions and Events programme. 

Club meetings usually take place weekly or fortnightly depending on the Clubs needs, this may vary.  Clubs are organised and run by their YFC members. Each year the  Club elects Club Officers to take responsibility for the Club on behalf of its members and organise the activities for their members to take part in.  Weekly meetings can range from talks and trips, to preparing for competitions or fundraising for  a  charity.

The Club Officers have overall responsibility for that Young Farmers’ Club and the activities members take part in.  As at County level, all  Club members are involved in putting ideas forward for the Club programme and a nominated few are tasked with the responsibility for organising it.