• This years County Show is on Saturday 11th May by kind permission of the Nott family at Bullockhurst Farm

  • Worcestershire members represted the federation with their offerings at the Farmers harvest Festival at Worcester Cathedral on Sunday 2nd October 2023.

  • We were entertained by our talented members!

  • Both junior and senior public speaking competitions were held at Shires Farm.

  • Sports Competitions day - Sunday 27th November 2022

  • Sports Competitions day - Sunday 27th November 2022

  • WFYFC County Show 7th May 2022

  • County Show 2017 Saturday 20th May

  • Stockman Of The Year Results

  • Fencing Competition Results

  • Hedging Results 2014

  • Mr & Miss YFC, Junior Member Of The Year and Disco Dancing Results

  • Bike Ride Total Revealed

  • Vale Of Evesham Launch Night

  • Tenbury Wells Ladies Tug Of War Team are National Champions

  • Inkberrow Young Farmers celebrate County Show Success

  • Members will be showcasing their talents at their 65th Annual County Show

  • WFYFC are ditching four wheels and will travel to the AGM in Blackpool by bicycle as they aim to raise £10,000.

  • Stockjudging Results 2013

  • 60 WFYFC members & the NFU were at an event focusing on road safety

  • Worcestershire YFC are gearing up for a marathon journey as they embark on a 200 mile cycle ride to Blackpool.

  • Ryan Springthorpe(Inkberrow YFC) scoops Personal Development Award

  • Fencing and Junior Farm Safety Results

  • Mr and Miss YFC Results

  • Junior Member Of The Year and Public Speaking Competition Results

  • Hedgelaying Competition Results

  • Ballroom Dancing and Cheerleading Results

  • Drama Competition Results

  • Worcestershire YFC Trip to Worcester Warriors VS Wasps- Friday 1st March

  • Public Speaking Results

  • Winter Wonderland Ball 2012!

What do we do?

You name it, YFC does it!

 One of the first things you'll find is that everything done at YFC is organised by the members themselves. Each Club elects a Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and other positions, and together all members decide what they would like to do and then arrange it. Club programmes are so varied that there is usually something for everyone!

By becoming a YFC member you also have the opportunity to go to one of the many social events that are organised. There is usually something on every Friday night and throughout the year you will have the chance to dress up as there are at least 5 black tie events organised a year!

Competitions play a major part in YFC life and you're bound to want to have a go yourself. You'll find at least one event you can't resist and you only have to talk to one of our members to know that it's pretty addictive once you've started! It doesn't matter how old you are (providing you are in membership age), how fit you are or what skills you already have. They're open to everyone and there is always someone who can get you in training to help you get the skills you need to take part. From sports to drama, stockjudging to sewing, public speaking to ploughing - there really is something for everyone! You can start at a local level and then find yourself competing in the Area and National final's - anything is possible. And in the true spirit of YFC, if there isn't a competition that's up your street, you can usually start one!

Finally, YFC also gives you the opportunity to travel. Some Clubs choose to organise an exchange with another Club giving you the opportunity to meet new people and see a different part of Britain. However, if you want to travel a bit further you can do so through the Discovery Programme. The Discovery Programme is managed by the National Federation and provides a unique opportunity for YFC members to travel, meet new people and experience other cultures - in most cases just for the cost of the travel and insurance. Trips vary from one week to six months and you can choose from Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Kenya & Zambia, just to name a few!

To see more of what the National Federation has to offer take a look at their website at: