Thousands of Young Farmers in England and Wales will be promoting the benefits of becoming a member of the leading rural organisations in the country.
Using the medium of photography, individual clubs have been challenged by the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs to take a club selfie in their YFC shirts that will promote the benefits of joining their YFC out of the 619 clubs in England and Wales.
The competition is judged by NFYFC Ambassador Chris Stark from BBC Radio 1 and Farming Today presenter and NFYFC president Charlotte Smith. The winning photo will be the one that makes the judges want to join their YFC the most.
DJ Chris from BBC Radio 1 said: “You all know how much I love visiting and DJ’ing for as many of the clubs as possible across England and Wales.
“It's fair to say if you've been to one of my gigs that I end up taking a lot of photos myself. I'm looking forward to seeing pictures that show me and the rest of the world what is great about being part of a YFC.”
The challenge is part of National Young Farmers’ Week, which takes place between September 18 – 24) and culminates at their national cookery and floral arts final at the Malvern Autumn Show in Worcestershire.
For more information on the awareness week visit www.nfyfc.org.uk/Abouttheweek/nyfw17