Young farmers take a break

As we break for the summer it gives every member a chance to look back over the past year and plan ahead.Highlights include Diss YFC's foam party, Loddon's Yee-Ha, and the national AGM.

As we break for the summer it gives every member a chance to look back over the past year and plan ahead.

Highlights include Diss YFC's foam party, Loddon's Yee-Ha, and the national AGM. Also there were many competitions to keep us busy including the hockey, senior quiz, rally and the Royal Norfolk Show.

There are still more events planned to keep the social calendar busy.

Acle YFC has a very big year ahead starting with a harvest ball in September. It takes place on September 15 at Grange Farm, Martham. Tickets £18 in advance only from Lucy Tann (01493 740245 or 07876 307160) or Sarah Lockhart (07789 888703). It includes a disco, hog roast with buffet and a Pimms-o-Clock happy hour. Dress code is formal and camping will be available on site.


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Later in the year Acle will hopefully be hosting their third annual ceildh. With competitions and interesting Tuesday night meetings at Stokesby village hall thrown in for good measure, there is plenty of action.

Acle members are trying to recover missing trophies. If there are any former members with trophies, contact Paul Gallop on 07786 390108 or gallop_paul@yahoo.co.uk

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Diary dates

August 4 - Combat night hosted by Dereham YFC at Glebe Farm, Carlton Forehoe. Contact Tom on 07917 088710.

August 11 - Beach Party hosted by Attleborough YFC at Glebe Farm, contact Will on 07810 554363.

August 18 - Tarts and Vicars 5 hosted by North Elmham YFC 8 till late at Glebe Farm. Contact Bob on 07775 667193.

To celebrate the start of the new Young Farmers' year - come to our cops and robbers disco on September 1 at Glebe Farm, Carlton Forehoe.

Finally if you have something relevant to put in this article please let me know on the above email address. I would like to do more pieces on each club and I would like to do some articles on your ex members out there.

Let us know what life was like when you were a member, are you still involved today and how life has changed for members today.

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