Honiton Young Farmers take a trip to Belfast
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Seventeen members spend time with their Irish exchange club - Holestone YFC
Seventeen members of Honiton Young Farmers Club travelled to Belfast to meet their exchange club - Holestone YFC.
The weekend was a packed with activities, starting at their club hall where the visitors were welcomed with food and icebreaker games.
Members then got the opportunity to meet their host families and have an evening meal with them.
Activities enjoyed by the group included golf, a bus tour to the north coast and a disco.
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The group also visited an equine yard, got to do some yoga with goats and took a look around a dairy farm, milking 200 Holstein cows.
They were also taken to the famous stone after which Holestone YFC is named.
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A spokeswoman for the club said: “The exchange was a great way to make new friends, which was definitely done that weekend! Honiton YFC look forward to welcoming Holestone YFC to Devon at the beginning of October.”