SAYFC BRANDED face masks were delivered to members across Scotland last week, to help keep them safe during the pandemic.

The face masks were donated by SAFYC International Trust in the lead up to eleven council areas entering in to tier four restrictions from Friday, November 20.

The rural youth organisations sent a message loud and clear – that each and every individual young farmer member must take the responsibility to protect themselves and their families, first and foremost.

Since the first Lockdown in March, Clubs up and down the country, have come up with innovative ways of meeting, making for extremely unique club activity memories.

The team behind the masks are hoping that members will use the new hashtag #mynextsayfcadventure when highlighting their young farmer aims or sharing what they've been getting up to complete with masks on, on social media.

Chairman of The International Trust, Sandy Wilkie commented: “Looking far into 2021 when travel restrictions are hoped to ease, we will be very excited to continue to support each valued SAYFC member on their future travel adventures – whether as part of the Exchange programme, Group travel or an organised Study Tour! We look forward to hearing about where you are planning to travel next with SAYFC and remember to #KeepTalking!”

Read more - RSABI's #KeepTalking campaign

National Chairman of SAYFC, Gemma Bruce, added: “The organisation has been through difficult times before – and we are working hard with National Council to ensure your SAYFC comes back stronger after these restrictions in place!

It is important you know the Association staff and Officer Bearers continue to be here for you – so please speak to us! We have exciting news coming to you in the near future so always stay tuned.”

Guess Who Competition...?

Make sure you pick up a copy of this week's Scottish Farmer to take part in our guess who competition to name which Young Farmer is behind the 24 masks and be in with a chance of winning some TSF branded merchandise.