Lichfield Young Farmers club is for anyone aged 10-26 with an interest in anything (you don’t have to be a farmer to be a young farmer!!)
At the moment we have 30 members ranging from the ages of 10 to 26, and we are looking to welcome new members all the time 🙂
Where and when do Lichfield YFC meet?
We meet on Mondays, usually at 8pm in Whittington on Sheepwash Farm!
What can you do at Lichfield YFC?
Anything you want! If you have a good idea for an activity, fund raiser or competition, you can let us know and we can make it happen!
Here are a few of the club meets we have had: Ice skating, raft racing, bowling, games nights, quiz nights, farm tours, carol singing, BBQ’s and many more!!
What has Staffordshire YFC got to offer?
Staffordshire Young Farmers is made up of 10 different clubs around the county, one being Lichfield!
They offer loads of competitions like: darts, stock judging, pool, silage judging, hockey, football, cookery, floral art, art, photography, craft, quiz’s, fence building, go-karting, dodge ball, volley ball, shooting, raft racing, float building… and so many more.
It’s great to get involved in all of the competitions, also the social events that Staffordshire county offer like: loads of discos during the year, black tie balls and many socials with other clubs!
So… for £40 a year, Lichfield and Staffordshire have so much to offer to members!
Staffordshire YFC are holding their Annual Dinner Dance on Saturday 14th March 2020 in the Ingestre Suite on the County Showground, Stafford from 7pm onwards. The evening is set to be one to remember, with the theme of “Viva Las Vegas!” Guests will be entertained by Mark Clay, local Elvis Impersonator and also be able ...
A joint venture with South Staffs Water and Staffs YFC saw 82 tractors in convoy on 20 mile route!
A great evening celebrating all the achievements of individual members and clubs across Staffordshire YFC.
A full packed weekend supported by The National Lottery Community Fund and Rural Youth Trust Grant, empowering Staffordshire YFC's Club Officers in their new role of responsibility.
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