Lanyon Bowdler Shows Commitment to Argiculture at Bridgnorth Market

On the 7 December, with trees covered in frost, ice covered roads and amongst stunning winter scenery, Susan Shanahan and I attended Bridgnorth Christmas Livestock Market, where farmers braved the freezing conditions to come and buy and sell fat stock.

There was a truly festive atmosphere as Nock Deighton provided pastries, mince pies and sandwiches to the farmers, creating a social and almost party-like feel to the proceedings.

With the kind permission of Nock Deighton, Susan and I manned a stand for Lanyon Bowdler, offering information and the opportunity to sign up for our free legal updates – not to mention the opportunity to win a bottle of Glenmorangie (just the ticket with the temperature nowhere near even 0!).

With our focus firmly on showing Lanyon’s commitment to the farming community, we chatted with those attending, confirming all the areas of law we could help them with should they ever need it, and providing them with contact details where there was any specific need.

With specific expertise in agricultural law, Lanyon Bowdler provide an invaluable and professional resource to the agricultural community, bearing the stamp of approval of the National Farmers Union by being the selected panel firm for them in Shropshire, Staffordshire and Herefordshire.

A bit more information on the market coming up;
Bridgnorth Livestock Market is a modern covered facility conveniently situated on the A458 Bridgnorth to Shrewsbury road.  They hold weekly auctions of prime stock and see stock levels of 400 cattle and 2000 sheep regularly.