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Supporting the Farmers of Tomorrow…

The work that the NFYFC have done to enhance the skill sets of young people in the agricultural industries is impressive and their commitment to farm safety is commendable We are delighted to announce the first of four brand new partnerships for the Farm Safety Foundation – with the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC). NFYFC, which

STEPHANIE BERKELEY

Happy Easter friends of Yellow Wellies.

“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant” Robert Louis Stevenson Greeting friends of Yellow Wellies. I’m Stephanie Berkeley and I have recently taken on the role of Farm Safety Campaign Specialist for the Farm Safety Foundation. What that means is that I will be out and

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Yellow Wellies in the Press

The Farm Safety Foundation has received significant coverage across the media, following on from our collaboration with West Country rockers, The Wurzels. Some of the highlights of coverage include spots on the Daily Express website: The Wurzels re-work 1974 Number One hit ‘Combine Harvester’ for farm safety campaign ITV Wurzels rework hit song for farm

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‘Farm Safety is the Key’ new video featuring the Wurzels

Sadly, whilst farming accounts for just 1.5 per cent of the UK’s workforce, farmers account for 15-20 per cent of all workplace fatalities. As a result, it’s the UK’s most dangerous profession. The Yellow Wellies campaign is dedicated to raising awareness of potential dangers as well as offering practical advice for staying safe. Over half

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Take the Yellow Wellies Pledge to stay safe on the farm

Whilst farming accounts for just 1.5 per cent of the UK’s workforce, farmers account for 15-20 per cent of all workplace fatalities, making it the UK’s most dangerous profession. The Yellow Wellies campaign is dedicated to raising awareness of potential dangers as well as offering practical advice for staying safe. Over half of younger farmers