Set your sights on a fun laser clay competition at East Kent Ploughing Match

21st August 2014

Furley Page Solicitors will once again be holding a fun laser clay shooting competition at the annual East Kent Ploughing Match on 24 September at St John’s Farm, Swingfield near Dover.

The event attracts up to 4,500 visitors each year. With around 75 trade stands, supplying delicious local food and drinks, the ploughing competitions and a thriving craft tent, it’s a vibrant agricultural day suitable for adults and children alike, both within the agricultural community and beyond.

Top attractions include poultry classes, vegetable competitions, craft tents, sheep dog trials, tug of war and a host of other entertainment. Ploughing demonstrations featuring the latest tractors and ploughs plus vintage and horse-drawn ploughs are always a crowd favourite.

Furley Page Partner and Head of Real Estate Jeremy Licence said the law firm’s Agriculture and Rural Business team was looking forward to meeting clients old and new at the show: “The East Kent Ploughing Match has been a popular feature of the region’s agricultural scene for over 70 years and we are delighted to be involved again this year.

“Visitors are invited to join the Furley Page Agriculture and Rural Business team from 9am onwards for some light refreshments and the chance to try your hand at shooting some clays. This proved to be hugely popular last year and once again there’s a magnum of champagne on offer for the day’s top laser marksman!”

For more information about the East Kent Ploughing Match, including directions, visit www.ekpma.co.uk
Notes to editors:

Furley Page's Agriculture and Rural Business Team

The team has acted for farmers and rural land owners for generations and understand their special requirements. These include sale, purchase and letting of farmland and the property rights and interests incidental to the ownership of land. Other services include agricultural tenancies, contract and share farming, joint venture development projects, environmental and planning controls in the rural context, support for equine businesses, wills for farming and landowning families, tax and succession planning, disputes resolution and sporting rights over rural property. Furley Page’s expertise in this area is recognised by The Legal 500, an independent guide to the legal profession.

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