How do you join a Young Farmers Club
Within Gloucestershire there are 15 different young farmers clubs!
Every club is different, each with their own strengths. Some clubs have a higher number of junior members than others and some meet on different nights of the week.
There are different ways in which members get introduced into a club. Some join a club where there friends are members and some contact the county office. Depending on your age and your locality we may suggest that you pay a visit to two different clubs to see which one suits you best!
Please make sure you contact your chosen club before you go along so that they can keep an eye out for you. To find out more about club contacts click on the CLUBS tab at the top of the page, or ring the Gloucestershire Young Farmers county office on 01452 526032.
Tractor Pull – August Bank /Holiday
– Over the Saturday and Sunday of the bank holiday weekend Gloucestershire Young Farmers set out from Toddington, Winchcombe traveling 50 miles across Gloucestershire to Horton, South Gloucestershire, pulling a Massey 35X.
Battling through thunderstorms and heaving up hills all in aid of The Great Western Air Ambulance, the route was very challenging and even County Chairman Sam Adams had to question whether he had been too ambitious setting the task.
As a County Federation we decided that supporting the Air Ambulance was something that the whole farming community could benefit from. Because of the rural and often isolated location of many farms and fields, if for any reason if there was an accident the air ambulance would be likely to be called.
If you would like to show your support for an excellent cause please visit
GYFC80 £2 to 70070
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