Young Farmers ‘trot’ out their best moves

Left to right at the launch of Strictly Young Farmers 2016 is Hannah Crompton, chairperson County Down YFC; choreographer Shane Berger; Claire Houston Donaghadee YFC; William Graham Killinchy YFC, and Judith Gill, agri manager at First Trust Bank
Left to right at the launch of Strictly Young Farmers 2016 is Hannah Crompton, chairperson County Down YFC; choreographer Shane Berger; Claire Houston Donaghadee YFC; William Graham Killinchy YFC, and Judith Gill, agri manager at First Trust Bank
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Co Down Young Farmers Club (YFC) in association with First Trust Bank, will be leaving their wellies at the door as they don their dancing shoes once more for an evening of glitz and glamour to raise funds for the charity, Rural Support.

Strictly Young Farmers 2016 will see 12 couples from across Co Down’s YFC clubs compete to jive, foxtrot and samba their way to victory in the hotly anticipated competition which will be held on 23rd January at the Ramada Plaza, Shaws Bridge in Belfast.

“This year’s event is set to be bigger than ever with the dancers pulling out the most ambitious of choreography in rehearsals. First Trust Bank is delighted to be sponsoring the Strictly Young Farmers event again and show our support for the great community work being carried out by the YFC and Rural Support.”

Judith Gill First Trust Bank

Judith Gill, agri manager at First Trust Bank said: “This year’s event is set to be bigger than ever with the dancers pulling out the most ambitious of choreography in rehearsals. First Trust Bank is delighted to be sponsoring the Strictly Young Farmers event again and show our support for the great community work being carried out by the YFC and Rural Support.”

Jude McCann, chief Executive of Rural Support added: “I’m delighted to see County Down Young Farmers Club raising much needed funds for Rural Support. I can tell you every donation helps ensure we provide advice, a listening ear and opportunities to as many farmers as possible, especially those going through difficult mental health and financial difficulties.”

Tickets are available by contacting the Co Down YFC Committee and by visiting the Co Down Young Farmers’ Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/countydownyoungfarmers/.