Young farmers pull for trophies
A big thanks to Acle Young Farmers' Club for hosting the rounders and tug-of-war at Upton village hall.The rounders was won by Acle, with Diss runners-up.
A big thanks to Acle Young Farmers' Club for hosting the rounders and tug-of-war at Upton village hall.
The rounders was won by Acle, with Diss runners-up. North Elmham and Wymondham were joint third.
In the girls' tug-of-war, Dereham won with Attleborough runners-up. Dereham go forward to eastern area event on Saturday, June 16. In the boys' tug-of-war, Harleston won, with Dereham second and North Elmham in third place. Harleston qualify for the eastern area event. All teams will go forward to the rally.
The farm event takes place tomorrow, registration is from 9.30am. Dairy stockjudgers may go straight to Park Farm (left-hand turning just past the pub on the Diss to Attleborough Road. Everyone else must register at Lodge Farm and bring a current membership card. Do not park on the grass, please.
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The teams entered for the efficiency with safety should note that John Deere 7710 tractors will be used, with a Kverneland LB84 5 furrow plough and Lely Polynet 4m airdrill. Read the competition rules and if you are not dressed in appropriate clothing, you will not be able to take part.
The eastern area stockjudging takes place on May 20 at Essex showground.
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National YFC training are offering the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. It has three levels - bronze (14 years and over); silver (15 years and over) and gold (16 years and over). If you are interested, Chris Brewster on 0247685 7221 or e-mail Chris on firstname.lastname@example.org Or go to www.theaward.
Fancy an exchange visit? Ivybridge YFC in Devon would like to do an exchange this summer with a club. It has about 30 members, age range 13-30. Contact Claire Rowland on 01626 853392
Tonight Watton YFC present their annual barnstorm at Chase Farm, Caston, 7.30pm to late, £5 entry. Details Wayne on 07795 341621 or Sam on 07901 685244. Fancy dress - prize for the best.
Next Saturday sees the Norfolk YFC Ball. Tickets have been posted. Orders for wine, at a discount for advance orders, must arrive by Wednesday.
Harleston YFC has a charity clay shoot on June 17 from midday at Weybread, which will be signposted from Harleston. Licences must be shown on entry and only fibre wads to be used. Contact Luke on 07901 752603.
Harleston's popcorn party is at Grays Farm, Pulham, on June 30 from 8pm. Contact Matthew on 07810 632255.