A wide range of food and farming issues will be under the spotlight at six NFU East Anglia annual county meetings in November.
Members can find out how the NFU is working at county, regional and national level on issues including Brexit, rural crime and water resource management.
They will also have a chance to elect county representatives for the NFU’s regional commodity boards, covering livestock, dairy and combinable crops.
NFU East Anglia Regional Director Rachel Carrington said: “We are facing a crucial period for British food and farming. I would urge members to attend so they can hear what the NFU is doing on their behalf and get involved in the debate.”
Events start with Norfolk’s annual county meeting on 1 November, the same date as the county’s first annual meeting a century ago.
It gets under way at the John Innes Centre, Norwich with a buffet lunch of local produce at 1pm. Among the guests will be past officeholders and staff of NFU Norfolk.
Bookings can also be made by phoning the NFU regional office on 01638 672100.