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15 January 2014 03:30:03|News,NFU,Shows and Events

NFU Brussels Director addresses conference


Maeve Whyte, Director of the NFU office in Brussels, will be guest speaker at the NFU Cymru Brecon and Radnor County Conference on Wednesday, 29 January 2014.
Held at the International Pavilion on the Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, the meeting will commence at 7.30pm. NFU Cymru members are invited to listen to Maeve Whyte and will have an opportunity to take part in a question and answer session afterwards.
Maeve has been working for the NFU since 2001 and became Director of our Brussels office in 2006. She will discuss the future European agenda for agriculture, including the 2014 elections, UK membership of the EU and the current reform of the Common Agricultural Policy.
Glasnant Morgan, NFU Cymru County Chairman for Brecon and Radnor, said, “We are very grateful to Maeve for agreeing to come and speak at our Conference and also to HSBC Bank for sponsoring the event.
“I hope we will get a good turnout of local NFU Cymru members. Please also encourage your friends and neighbours to come along.”

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