Brexit likely to be hot topic at shows this year

Published May 16th, 2017

With Brexit making the future looking uncertain for farmers Berrys is expecting a busy time at agricultural shows this year.

The firm, which has just moved to larger office premises at Shrewsbury Business Park, will start the show season at Shropshire County Show on Saturday, May 27 where property, business and planning specialists will be on the stand to chat to passers-by.

“We are looking forward to welcoming clients as well as some new faces onto our stand,” said marketing manager Emily Evans.

“They will be able to chat with our partners and staff about property, business and planning matters while having a welcome sit-down away from the show crowds.

“Farmers in particular are anticipating a lot of change post Brexit and we anticipate discussion around how businesses can be strengthened in light of the uncertainty”

Look out for the Berrys stand at the following shows: Cheshire Show (June 20 and 21), Newport Show (July 8); Nantwich Show (July 26); Burwarton Show (August 3), Oswestry Show (August 5); Blakesley Show (August 5); Minsterley Show (August 19); Kington Show (September 9) and Cheshire Ploughing Match (September 27).

Berrys is a diverse practice of chartered surveyors, property specialists and chartered town planners and representatives from each of these sectors will be attending the shows.

For more information contact Emily Evans at Berrys on 01743 290636 or email