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Swayne Johnson Attends the Rural Business Awards


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Posted on 30 Oct 2018

We are delighted to announce that, at the Rural Business Awards 2018 last Tuesday 16th October we were awarded runner up position in the Best Rural Professional Services category. We would like to offer our congratulations to each and every business that were shortlisted for this award, as there were quite a few well-known businesses in attendance!

The Rural Business Awards are intended to celebrate the best and the brightest rural businesses in Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as show recognition for the breadth and depth of unique
opportunities that the British Countryside affords businesses.

We take pride in our roots. Our agricultural department in particular has advised farmers, rural businesses and landed estate owners for many years. We aim to deliver a professional but personal
service taking the time. We very much look forward to assisting the farming and rural community for many more years to come.

The Rural Business Awards were established in 2014.

Our Managing Director, Sarah Noton, was proud to accept the award on behalf of the firm and said: “We attended the Rural Business Awards, Wales & NI, at the Kinmel Manor, Abergele. The Rural Business Awards take place across England, Wales and Northern Ireland and are sponsored by Amazon, Openreach and Harper Adams University. We were finalists in the category of ‘Best Rural Professional Services Business’ and I am delighted to let you know that we were runner up. No other Solicitors firms were finalists and so we were very
proud to have even been shortlisted.

Although we did not win, we were in the company of some very prestigious companies from throughout Wales both nationally and locally including Rhug Organic Farm, Chilly Cow Ice Cream Ltd, Baa Stool Ltd, Surf Snowdonia and Llaeth y Llan, to name just a few. Thank you to everyone who attended, it was a lovely occasion and very well organised.”


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