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Lawyers head to Shropshire shows to help farmers

Experts from one of Shropshire’s leading law firms will be hitting the road this summer to offer help and advice to the region’s farmers.

Sarah Baugh, Megan Price, Anna Russell and Tom Devey
Sarah Baugh, Megan Price, Anna Russell and Tom Devey

FBC Manby Bowdler will again be at some of the biggest agricultural shows in the county, with lawyers from the agricultural, planning, residential and commercial property and wills, probate and lifetime planning teams on hand to answer queries.

Shows include:

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Newport Show – Saturday 13 July (stand shared with The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institute)

Burwarton Show – Thursday 1 August (stand shared with Berrys & EFG Harris Allday)

Minsterley Show – Saturday 17 August (stand shared with Dyke Yaxley & Kingsland Wealth Management)

Sarah Baugh, head of the agricultural and rural services team, said: “Farmers are very busy people and it’s not always easy for them to find time to make an appointment to come into our offices.

“By going out to the biggest agricultural events in Shropshire we make it easier for farmers and rural businesses to just stop by for a quick chat. Then, if need be, arrange a convenient appointment for a follow-up.

“There are lots of issues facing farmers at the moment, from planning consents for redundant buildings to protecting family assets for future generations.

“Myself and the wider FBC Manby Bowdler team are  looking forward to catching up with members of the agricultural community, as well as the general public, and will be available to chat throughout the course of each show at our FBC Manby Bowdler stand. ”

FBC Manby Bowdler’s agricultural and rural services department is one of the top teams in the county and regularly receives a top tier ranking in the Legal 500 and Chambers guides to the best law firms and lawyers in the UK.

It advises on everything from land sales to succession planning, agricultural tenancies, diversification, subsidies and funding, equine matters, sporting rights and farm and estate management.

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