The current state of farming will be put under the spotlight by a panel of experts from leading Midlands law firm FBC Manby Bowdler and accountants Baldwins at a high-profile seminar in Shropshire.
The two companies have teamed up to host the free seminar – Farming: Where are we now? - in Bridgnorth on June 10 to discuss the key issues affecting family farms at the moment.
FBC Manby Bowdler Brexit Director Peter Wilding will examine the main issues the UK’s withdrawal from the EU will cause farmers, whilst Steven Corfield, the firm’s Principal Development Consultant for Agricultural Business, will chair the seminar.
An expert from Baldwins will lead a 30-minute session assessing some of the main tax implications facing farmers and there will also be a buffet to round the event off.
Mr Corfield urged farmers from across the county to sign up for the seminar, which gets under way at 5.30pm at the Down Inn on Ludlow Road.
“Any farmer, or anyone connected with agriculture, should attend our seminar if they want to make sure they are fully briefed on the big challenges and opportunities facing the industry at the moment.
“We’ll hear from Peter Wilding, who has worked on the inside track, just what we can expect to happen to farmers as a result of the Brexit process and what it might mean to them in terms of tax and the future of their family businesses from experts who are leaders in their field. It should be an evening to hear first-hand information on the subject.”
To register, email Shanice Pearson at email@example.com or call 01902 392452. When booking your place please confirm your name, telephone number and email address.
FBC Manby Bowdler’s Agricultural and Rural Services Business Team is one of the leading agricultural legal specialists in the county, able to deliver specialist, award winning services across a comprehensive range of agricultural matters.
Baldwins is one of the largest independent accountancy firms in the Midlands with offices in Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Telford and Welshpool as well as being part of a wider group network with offices covering the whole of the Midlands and North East.