Young farmers re-launch Cottenham group

PUBLISHED: 15:54 19 October 2015 | UPDATED: 15:54 19 October 2015

Some of the activities and club members from Cottenham Young Farmers
They show the Ready Steady Cook style county competition, BBQ, fence erecting and possibly Wacky Racers competition.

Some of the activities and club members from Cottenham Young Farmers They show the Ready Steady Cook style county competition, BBQ, fence erecting and possibly Wacky Racers competition.

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Young farmers hold new members day

Some of the activities and club members from Cottenham Young Farmers
They show the Ready Steady Cook style county competition, BBQ, fence erecting and possibly Wacky Racers competition.Some of the activities and club members from Cottenham Young Farmers They show the Ready Steady Cook style county competition, BBQ, fence erecting and possibly Wacky Racers competition.

Cottenham Young Farmers are hosting a meeting for new members to get involved and see what the club has to offer.

Open to anyone aged 10 – 26, membership is not just for farmers, but for anyone who loves the countryside and wants to meet like minded people.

The club has a packed calendar of events planned for the coming year and meets weekly every Wednesday evening.

New Members Evening will take place at Over Community Centre from 8pm – 10pm, anyone interested in joining is welcome to drop by and find out more about what the club has to offer.

Some of the activities and club members from Cottenham Young Farmers
They show the Ready Steady Cook style county competition, BBQ, fence erecting and possibly Wacky Racers competition.
Some of the activities and club members from Cottenham Young Farmers They show the Ready Steady Cook style county competition, BBQ, fence erecting and possibly Wacky Racers competition.

Contact cambsyoungfarmers@btinternet.com for further information.


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