Farmers’ art at the hay stack
East KilbrideYoung Farmers’Club brought a piece of Paris to the town – with their Eiffel Tower bale art sculpture.
As part of this year’s Scottish Association of Young Farmers’national bale art competition, the group constructed their very own French-themed landmark.
The Lanarkshire district held their own competition – but the EK team missed out on a prize with AvondaleYoung Farmers’Club’s‘Tiger Tim’creation placing first.
However, all the clubs will be gunning for top spot when the national competition is judged.
East Kilbride’s own Lorraine Kelly will take a break from TV and judge the national entries.
A win would give East Kilbride Young Farmers even more to celebrate after chairman Katie Brown placed second at Lanarkshire Miss Young Farmer.
She will represent East Kilbride at the West Miss Young Farmer competition in the coming weeks.
For more information on the club, email chairman Katie Brown at katiebrown.com@ gmail.com
You can find out more about the young farmers movement by visiting www.sayfc.org and keep up to date with East KilbrideYoung Farmers’Club news by liking their Facebook page.
Brilliant bales EK YFC’s French-themed construction and, top, the ‘Tiger Tim’ creation from Avondale YFC