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Harleston Countrysiders are top of the crops- again

Harleston Countrysiders – the junior arm of the Young Farmers – have celebrated the end of their current year with countywide success.

“This year, they have really excelled in competitions, including William Edwards winning countrysider stockman of the year at the Royal Norfolk Show,” said club leader Helen Reeve.

“Harleston was also named as the highest scoring club at the annual Norfolk Young Farmers Clubs’ County Rally and received the Rod Tuck trophy for the third year running.”

Harleston Countrysiders with their trophy
Harleston Countrysiders with their trophy

The club, made up of members aged 10 to 16, has seen a growth in membership in recent months.

More than 25 people attend the meetings ,which so far have included craft evenings, farm walks and CPR training with the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Harleston Countrysiders are currently taking a summer break but will restart on September 3.

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