Staffordshire County Federation of Young Farmers Clubs (SCFYFC) celebrated in style on Saturday 7th October in The Ingestre Suite on the County Showground in Stafford as over 475 invited guests, members and supporters of SCFYFC came together to see The Presentation of The Queens Award for Voluntary Service (The MBE for Volunteer Groups.) This prestigious ...
Stone YFC have elected a new top table for 2017-18. Edward Johnson & David Benbow are chairman for the year, Rebecca Roe as secretary and Phillippa Bourne as treasurer. They already have lots of events planned with a Dinner Dance on 3rd November 2017 and a Christmas Cracker Ball on 22nd December 2017.
Lichfield YFC have a new top table for 2017-18. Harri Dunne has been elected as Chairman, Eden Gray as Secretary and Jacob Sweetman-Wiley as Treasurer. They have lots planned for Lichfield YFC so pop down to Sheepwash Farm on a Monday night to find out more!
As the evening of celebration was about to commence for the Staffordshire Young Farmers Queens Award Presentation Evening, guests arrived from all around the County including members from our 11 clubs and many supporters of the federation.
"What has Staffordshire YFC ever done for us?" proved to be a big success on the occasion of The Queens Award for Voluntary Service. Members from all across the county, past and present, displayed so many talents and sketches to showcase the vast array of opportunities, competitions and activities available to YFC members in the county.
The main part of our evening - The Presentation of The Queens Award. A great memory for all clubs and individuals concerned and a very proud moment for Staffordshire YFC.