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We are sponsors at the Yorkshire Post Country Week Conference
The Yorkshire Post Country Week Conference takes place on Wednesday, 6 October 2021 starting at 10am. It is a virtual conference, free to attend and there will be the opportunity to put questions to all the panelists.
To register and for more details go to the website www.countryweekconference.co.uk
Clair Douglas, Director and Head of the Agricultural Law and Landed Estates Team 2018 - May 2022 said,
“We are thrilled to have been invited by the Yorkshire Post to become involved in the Country Week Conference. The Team are looking forward to sharing one of the panel sessions at the conference with our NFU colleagues.
We have worked closely with Adam Bedford and his colleagues at the NFU for many years as their legal panel firm in the North East region, supporting the needs of the farming, rural business and rural community across Yorkshire.
We are looking forward to sharing our knowledge and expertise around building resilience in your business”
Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, who can trace their roots back to the 1860s, provide trusted legal advice to the farming, rural and wider business community across Yorkshire from their 4 offices in York, Selby, Malton and Pickering.
We are an award-winning law firm with a dedicated Agricultural law team and have been an NFU Legal Panel appointed firm since 2008, specifically looking after the legal needs of NFU members alongside our service to our wider network of clients across Yorkshire and further afield. The firm has been listed for the second time in The Legal 500 2021 Edition - United Kingdom, Private Client, Agricultural & Estates.
The Legal 500 recognised that ‘Crombie Wilkinson has a strong and longstanding presence in North Yorkshire, with a network of offices acting for landed estates and private trusts, land owners and individual farmers on a wide range of agricultural matters, both contentious or non-contentious. The Malton office is particularly adept at advising on diversification projects, agricultural tenancies, tax planning and succession.
Clair Douglas, Director and Head of the Agricultural law team at Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, has over 19 years’ experience in her area of law dealing with a variety of commercial property work and specialises in rural, agricultural and estate legal matters for farmers, farming families and landowners.
Clair’s background is rooted in all aspects of rural property including buying and selling farms and large rural properties, estate reorganisation and diversification projects spanning energy scheme projects and land redevelopment. Clair also manages our agricultural tenancy work.
Clair’s colleagues in the team made up of over 90 staff, have a wide variety of expertise and knowledge of all aspects of law to help give the right legal support and advice to individuals, families and businesses with our private client and business client range of legal services.
At Crombie Wilkinson we really do care about our clients, now and for their future. When you become a client of Crombie Wilkinson, we bring you into our Client Club, which offers many benefits including our Service Pledge.
Our Client Club gives you the peace of mind that we are committed to looking after you and your family. By taking the time to understand your personal circumstances, we will work hard to ensure your affairs are in order to prevent possible problems and mitigate risks which may come up in later life.
We work as one team with one goal, to deliver excellent client service across all the legal services we deliver for individuals and businesses.
Our promise is to make sure all our clients benefit from proactive engagement with us, providing them with the ongoing care and assistance we pride ourselves on delivering.
You can read more about what will take place at the Yorkshire Post Country Week Conference 2021 in this article from 24 July 2021.