Norfolk's young farmers are among the finalists in a national awards scheme which celebrates the "dedication and commitment" within Britain's countryside clubs.
The county has three representatives shortlisted in the YFC (Young Farmers Club) Achiever Awards.
They include Wymondham YFC, which is among the contenders for the Club of the Year prize, recognising clubs which are "operating successfully and growing a keen membership in their local community".
Norfolk YFC said Wymondham club members "put everything into whatever they are doing and never forget the values of YFC - fun, learning and achievement".
Meanwhile Lucy Stowell, a Dereham YFC member and former Norfolk county chairman, is a finalist for the Heart of YFC Award, which celebrates those who "epitomise the ethos of YFC".
Her awards listing says: "Lucy is known for always putting YFC first in her life, even when facing personal health challenges.
"She has dedicated the last 19 years to the organisation and is often leading the way with community work or taking on roles in the club or county."
This is the only category determined by a public vote, which is open until October 1 at www.nfyfc.org.uk/heart-of-yfc-award.
And Jago Downes is a finalist in the New Member of the Year category, after joining Diss YFC following his move from Oxfordshire.
"Jago has thrown himself into his club and county – making connections with other clubs, taken on a committee role and organising interesting club meetings all in his first year," says his awards listing.
"He's also come up with ideas for attracting new members who may not be from a farming background to help with the future development of the club."
Norfolk YFC chairman Ben Johnson said he was "delighted" for the county to be nominated in three of the awards categories.
"They all play a huge part of the Norfolk YFC community," he said.
"Norfolk YFC is strongly behind all three and this is firmly putting Norfolk YFC back on the map."
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on November 3 in Birmingham.