Tyrone clubs support President’s Appeal

TYRONE FOODBANK RI Farm
n Food items that were donated to Omagh Community Foodbank by members of YFC clubs in Tyrone.

TYRONE Young Farmers’ Clubs are proud to have supported the President’s Christmas Appeal over the festive season.

With the impacts of the pandemic being felt across Northern Ireland, the support of food banks is more vital than ever.

n Pastor Tim Shields of Omagh Community Church, pictured with John Armstrong, County Chair, and Natalie Burrows, County Secretary. :

Every year the current YFCU president decides on a Christmas Appeal for members to help their local communities, and this year Zita McNaugher has encouraged members to donate to their local food banks.

A huge amount of food items were gathered from clubs in and around the county and were gratefully received by Omagh Community Foodbank.

They were presented to Pastor Tim Shields of Omagh Community Church by John Armstrong, County Chair, and Natalie Burrows, County Secretary.

n Pictured depositing food items outside the Tyrone Farming Society are YFCU members who contributed to the appeal; Richard Marshall, Clanabogan, John Armstrong, county Chair, Trillick and District, Hannah Hemphill, Derg Valley, Naomi McConnell and Trent Brown, both of Seskinore YFC, and Alastair McKelvey, Newtownstewart YFC. :

The collection and presentation of the items were socially distanced, and in keeping with government regulations.

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