UFU kicks off Brexit Meetings in County Armagh
Tuesday, 25 October, 2016
The Ulster Farmers’ Union were in County Armagh on Monday evening (24th October) as it kicked off the first of its six meetings on Brexit. The meeting, held in the Armagh City Hotel, was well attended, with members feeding in their views on the future of agriculture as the UK prepares its exit from the EU. The UFU will continue its debate with members as it holds the following meetings on Thursday, 27th October, Roe Park Resort; Tuesday, 1st November, Tullyglass Hotel; Wednesday, 2nd November, The Silverbirch Hotel; and Thursday, 3rd November, Killyhevlin Hotel. All meetings start at 8pm.
Pictured L-R is UFU Chief Executive, Wesley Aston; UFU County Armagh Chairman, Thomas Jamison; UFU Deputy President Victor Chestnutt; UFU Deputy President, Ivor Ferguson and UFU President, Barclay Bell set out the UFU’s priorities for Agriculture as the UK plans to leave the European Union.