Farmhouse Breakfast Week 2013 January 21st- 25th WFU National Breakfast January 25th Staffordshire County Showground Friday 25th January This impressive event organised by Eunice Finney and members of Staffordshire WFU drew over 250 members of the public to the County Showground. A Traditional Staffordshire breakast ,bacon, egg ,sausage,tomato,mushrooms & Staffordshire oatcakes was served by volunteers [...]
Welcome to the new WFU website. Here you will find out about WFU and how it links the women in British farming to the consumers as it has done since 1979! Food is important to us – we need it every day – and now more than ever we want to know how and where it was produced. WFU aims to [...]
WOMEN’S LAND ARMY TRIBUTE CAMPAIGN The Women’s Land Army Tribute has been the main focus of Staffordshire member’s time and effort during this past year, and the year has been very successful with numerous varied events taking place. In March and July/August, members went to Exeter to take part in a Vintage Fair that had [...]
Our AGM at The Farmers’Club was enjoyed by all those who attended. A number of members had to cancel at the last minute due to family concerns and our thoughts are with them. Helen Bower stepped down as President and members showed their appreciation for all the work she has done by presenting her with [...]
WFU is extremely concerned at the way milk is being used as a loss leader,to the extent that milk is cheaper than bottled water. Consumers should be aware of the cost of production and the high mark-up being achieved by some retailers at the expense of producers.Our aim to link producers and consumers could not [...]
WFU National Conference 2012 April 11th-13th “Food for Thought” Fantastic Conference ,excellent speakers delivered “Food for thought” beginning with an overview of Food Security from our Patron Baroness Byford, who outlined the over-riding need for Food production, new technologies coupled with conservation, environmental requirements and the ever present need for wise use of water resources [...]
Curious cattle, deadly metal framed lantern. From fires in Cornwall to litter in Cheshire New Year brought another crop of these deadly flying fireballs. Join WFU’s campaign to have them banned!