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£2133.97 cheque presented to Midlands Air Ambulance

Published July 31st, 2019

Staff at Berrys presented £2133.97 to Midlands Air Ambulance at RAF Cosford earlier this month to support the vital, life-saving work carried out by thcharity which has no funding from government.

Berrys’ staff Owen Fry, Matthew Anwyl, Benn Corbett and Chris Jones visited RAF Cosford to present the £2133.97 cheque to a Midlands Air Ambulance critical care doctor (left) and paramedic (right) with Air Ambulance’s £7 million most technically advanced helicopter in the background

The donation follows a successful sponsored walk from Berrys Shrewsbury office to their office at Hereford which raised £4267.94 in total, split 50/50 between Midlands Air Ambulance and Meningitis Research.

The walk marked the first anniversary of Berrys’ Herefordshire Office moving into Hereford City Centre last year.

“Air Ambulance is our chosen charity for the year and we are delighted to support them,” said Matthew Anwyl, managing partner of Berrys.

“We had a tough weekend completing the 57-mile hike from Shrewsbury to Hereford but seeing the money rolling in made all our aches and blisters worthwhile,” he added.

Berrys will present the other half of the funds to Meningitis Research shortly.

Caption: Berrys’ staff Owen Fry, Matthew Anwyl, Benn Corbett and Chris Jones visited RAF Cosford to present the £2133.97 cheque to a Midlands Air Ambulance critical care doctor (left) and paramedic (right) with Air Ambulance’s £7 million most technically advanced helicopter in the background.

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MRICS FAAV BSc (Hons)
Chartered Surveyor
Tel: 01743 267064
Mobile: 07970 461581
matt.anwyl@berrys.uk.com

Matt graduated from the University of London with a BSc (Hons) in Agricultural Business Management, and then from the University of Reading with a Postgraduate Diploma in Surveying.

He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Agricultural Law Association and a fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers. In 2009, after successfully passing the required assessment, he was appointed by the President of the RICS as one of only 31 Rural Arbitrators.  He has been the Managing Partner of Berrys since 2008.

Matt has over 25 years’ experience in providing advice to landowners and farmers, in particular in connection with the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986, and Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995. In addition he has extensive experience in providing valuations for loan security, tax planning and sale / business re-organisation. He is a qualified specialist business consultant, providing strategic advice to farm businesses including asset restructuring, business structures, contract farming, alternative land tenure arrangements, financial planning, cash-flow and balance sheet analysis, forecasting and business plan preparation.