The Scottish Association of Young Farmers is turning 75 years old and to celebrate, hundreds of members past and present are in Glasgow - including a Farmers' Wives choir, set up by a member from Kirkcudbright.
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"There has been the military wives choir and the fishermen's wives choir, so I thought it would be a great idea to have a farmers' wives choir," said Kate Picken, who set up the group. "It has been a great idea and over 100 girls and women are taking part."
The event is the biggest in the Scottish young farmers' history, with about 300 people attending. The group is important to young people in rural communities, such as Ross Mair from Dumfries.
"Young farmers has played such a massive part in who I have become," he said, "the things I've learned, the people I have met, it's unbelievable and to be part of the celebrations is fantastic. I feel privileged to be part of it."