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14 August 2014|News

FUW seeks leading contributor to Carmarthenshire agriculture


The Farmers’ Union of Wales is seeking nominations for this year’s United Counties Agriculture and Hunters Society Award for the person judged to have made the most outstanding contribution to agriculture in Carmarthenshire during the past few years.

The judges will include representatives from the FUW, HSBC Bank plc and the United Counties Agricultural and Hunters Society.

FUW Carmarthenshire county executive officer David Waters said: “The nomination should be in the form of a letter or citation giving full details of the work and achievement of the nominee with great emphasis on the positive or beneficial effect on agriculture in Carmarthenshire.”


The award will be presented at the annual Welsh Dairy Show Dinner.

The closing date for nominations is Wednesday October 1.


For further information contact David Waters at 13a Barn Road, Carmarthen, SA31 1DD or by telephone on 01267 237974.

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