Protect and Grow Seminars 2016
Following the success of last night’s Protect and Grow seminar, we wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who came along to Northallerton. Over the next few weeks, we’ve scheduled a number of seminars across Yorkshire designed to help anyone working in the rural community learn how to protect and grow their business.
With our roots firmly in the agricultural industry, we decided to partner with McClarrons Insurance to create seminars that provided guidance and support on insurance, rural grants and subsidies like Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) and LEADER, as well as information on systems like CHP and diversification opportunities.
As the start of the year has already demonstrated with continuous BPS sagas and low commodity prices, 2016 is set to be a challenging year for the agricultural industry, which is why we’re working closely alongside our clients in the rural community to ensure they receive the full support they’re entitled to. With our thorough knowledge of the latest rural grants and subsidies, our seminars allowed us to share extra guidance and offer our expertise to anyone daunted by this year’s application process.
If you’re interested in attending one of our next seminars, they will take place at 6.30pm at the following venues on the specified dates:
6th April Tennants Auctioneers, Leyburn DL8 5SG
7th April Tickton Grange Hotel, Beverley HU17 9SH
11th April The Feathers Hotel, Helmsley YO62 5BH
12th April Malton & Norton Golf Club, Malton YO17 9QE
13th April Coniston Hotel, Skipton BD23 4EA
14th April Mid Yorkshire Golf Club, Pontefract WF8 3BP
For more information about the seminars or to book a place, please email David Wilson or 01665 600168. Please specify the venue you would like to attend and the number of individuals in your group.
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