Covid-19 Toolkit for Clubs

    Changes to legal restrictions in Wales have changed and NFYFC has issued new guidance to support YFCs in planning activities and events.From 17 July 2021 – Welsh Government has announced:

    • Organised indoor events for up to 1,000 seated or 200 standing can take place, subject to a risk assessment and taking reasonable measures
    • No legal restrictions on the number of people who can gather outdoors – event risk assessment should include Covid safety measures to be taken
    • All organisers planning events and activities must undertake a full risk assessment and put in place measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, including social distancing.
    • Up to 30 children from organisations may attend residential centres over the summer holidays
    • Continue to wear a face covering (unless exempt) in all indoor public places
    • Observe social distancing with people not in your household or your exclusive extended household – indoors and outside


    NFYFC Handbook – The Source

    This guide contains all the information you need to set up and run a Young Farmers’ Club. It includes job descriptions, templates, resources and top tips that will help you and your fellow officers to carry out your roles effectively and with confidence, enhancing your YFC volunteering experience.


    Trust Fund Application Form

    The Montgomery YFC Trust Fund exists to improve and develop the work of the Federation. The Trust Fund can award grants or contributions towards the following:

    • To individual YFC members and officials towards costs incurred in attending Courses, Conferences, Training Events etc. organised by the YFC movement or other short courses etc. which are relevant to their work in the movement, or to the agricultural industry, or to their local communities.
    • To individual clubs, groups of clubs or the Federation towards the cost of organising courses and training events for members or others involved in the movement.
    • To new clubs to assist with the initial costs of formation.
    • To individual clubs or the groups of clubs or the Federation for the purchase of items of equipment.
    • For such other purposed as the Federation’s Executive Committee shall from time to time decide.
    • Travel Expenses (Percentage towards Under 18 costs).
    • For Promotional Items.
    • For Club / County clothing.

    Resources for Club Treasurers

    A Guide for Treasurers

    This Powerpoint Presentation explains the roles and responsibilities of a Club Treasurer and provides examples of accounts and balance sheets to support the role.


    Community Councils Letter Template

    Finance & Development Committee members discussed club fundraising during the last meeting. This letter template has been drafted for you to send to your local Community/Town Councils who may be able to offer you financial support. The is a basic template that can be adapted to suit your club so please amend as you see fit. Depending on your local area, there may be more than one Community Council in the area that you could write to.

    To find the Community Councils in your area and their contact information, click here!