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Whitchurch Win National Selfie Competition



Durning National Young Farmers’ week a massive photo competition was held by NFYFC for all of the clubs across the country. This gave each club the chance to capture their individuality and express what being part of Young Farmers is all about. The winning club would receive a new digital camera courtesy of HOPS Recruitment.

Judges Chris Stark from BBC Radio 1 and NFYFC President Charlotte Smith were set the difficult task of choosing which YFC they would most like to join. After viewing all 54 entries they decided Whitchurch was their favourite.

They chose the picture because it sums up everything about the spirit of young farmers. A group of people who work hard but through NFYFC make great friends, support each other and have a laugh.

The picture of Whitchurch made Chris and Sarah want to join in with the fun because everyone is smiling and enjoying themselves. Chris and Sarah loved the playful props especially the cow onesies worn by Emily Grandfield and Sarah Maginess. Grace Edwards who is the queen of selfies took the picture in her inflatable crown which was very fitting because Whitchurch were crowned the winners.

The Whitchurch members were delighted that their picture won the competition. The new top table comprised of Harry Morgan, Jayne Bennett and Fiona Birtles, said that they cannot wait to take many more selfies with their new camera which was kindly donated by HOPS Recruitment.

Finally well done to Wem and Dorrington who also entered their selfies into the competition. It was great to see Shropshire taking part and promoting their clubs.

You can see all of the selfies which were entered into the competition by clicking the link below





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