Minutes of County Executive and other committees, 1931-1974, and of the Hawarden Branch, 1932-1939; accounts, 1946-1971; miscellaneous correspondence and other papers, 1951-1972; Flintshire branch yearbooks, including typed drafts, 1949-1975; photographs of Branch members, [mid 20th century]; printed matter including reports, 1961-1973; newspapers, 1935, 1973-1975; records relating to the NFU nationally, 1922-1973, including circulars, agendas and yearbooks; and photographs relating to the Denbighshire and Flintshire Agricultural Society, 1951-1955.
FLINTSHIRE COUNTY BRANCH, NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION, RECORDS
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The National Farmers' Union was formed in 1908 to represent farmers and growers in England and Wales. Membership reached its peak in the 1950s, with 210,000. The Flintshire County Branch appears to have been started c. 1931, initially alongside a Hawarden Branch. It consists of several committees, including the County Executive, Finance and Organisation, County Milk, Milk Producers, Canvasser and other committees. The Branch accumulated some photographs relating to the Denbighshire and Flintshire Agricultural Society, which was instituted in 1839.
Arranged into the following: minutes; minutes (Hawarden Branch); accounts; correspondence, related papers and plans; yearbooks; photographs; miscellaneous; NFU (national organisation); Denbighshire and Flintshire Agricultural Society; reports and other publications; and newspapers.
Deposited by W. J. Wearne, Esq., County Secretary, Flintshire NFU, Cambrian Buildings, Earl Road, Mold, 1976.
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