MEMBERS OF Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs are being given the opportunity to ask what the Scottish farming industry will look like after Brexit, and what opportunities will be available to young people within the sector.

A panel night has been organised by the organisation's agri and rural affairs committee for Wednesday, February 15, at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, in conjunction with Royal Highland Agriculture Society of Scotland.

Chaired by the east area representative on the committee, David Lawrie, four industry experts will be present to answer any questions, including ex MEP George Lyon, RHASS' chief executive Alan Laidlaw, Irish journalist, Declan Marren, and the committee's chairman, Sarah Allison.

Ms Allison said: “Brexit presents both challenges of uncertainly, and opportunities to reform the policy environment that we are farming within. This event at the Royal Highland Centre will allow our members to directly question a panel from across the agricultural spectrum on how Brexit may affect their business, and how best to survive the journey there. Our thanks go to RHASS for supporting the panel night.”

The evening is open to any SAYFC or RHASS member, their friends, and family, but booking via or 0131 333 2445 is recommended, as spaces are limited.