Region's lawyers talk farming future at major seminar
Agricultural landscape by Richard Arundel and right, James Lloyd, a Wilkin Chapman partner and agricultural specialist.
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 15 May 2018
A selection of the region’s top legal minds will tell East Yorkshire’s farming community what needs to be done to secure its future at a major seminar in Beverley this week.
The Spring Seminar, hosted by Wilkin Chapman solicitors, will focus on what the future holds for farming families in the East Riding.
The event will be held on Thursday, May 17, at the Tickton Grange Hotel.
James Lloyd, a Wilkin Chapman partner and agricultural specialist, said: “With Brexit bringing differing views to the fore for many, we felt it important that our annual seminar focused on what is important to the farming community and that is the need to ensure proper personal and business planning is in place.
“This will give the present generation peace of mind and greater business certainty, as well as securing a future for the next.”
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