A MALVERN teacher has vowed to help people suffering rural isolation after being re-elected as vice chairman of the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs.
Hannah Talbot, assistant head of English at The Chase School, was voted back into to her seat last Sunday (November 3) by members of the federation which represents 25,000 people.
The 26-year-old has been a member of Cutnall Green Young Farmers’ Club for more than ten years and she aims to demonstrate the importance of such groups in supporting residents in communities as part of a new campaign launched by the NFYFC.
She said: “It’s such a fantastic organisation to be a part of and our aim this year is to reach out to more young people living in the countryside who do not know about the amazing services we provide.
“Young Farmers’ Clubs can be a lifeline for people living in remote rural locations.
“We are such a valuable resource in terms of offering support and friendship as well as passing on skills for life.
“I am looking forward to promoting what we do to more young people and representing our members.”