The mix of novices and experience shots all had a marvellous day and the sunny weather made sure that everyone had a great day out of the office. Supported by Alexandra Dean from the employment and commercial team, Danny Carter from the Wills, Trusts and Probate team and our in-house regulatory expert, Peter Butterfield, the rural team was represented by Partners Edward Worthy and Keri Constantatou. Each team had a professional instructor who made sure that everyone was safe to handle a shot gun and then taught everyone the basic skills needed to shoot at clay targets.
Edward Worthy was very pleased with the turn out and said "The aim of the day was for everyone to have fun and to get the chance to strengthen professional working relationships". Keri Constantatou, who had been the organiser of the day presented prizes for the highest score and best team said "Gepp Solicitors have a strong relationship with the rural community and it was lovely to get so many of our professional colleagues here as well. Some of those had never shot before and everyone had a really good day".
Gepp Solicitors' have been working with farmers and rural businesses for over 250 years and today's team have an unrivalled expertise in those areas of law that are vital to the success of rural businesses. In addition to our agricultural experts, we have solicitors who can advise on company matters, employment, regulatory issues and estate planning. We have an in-house tax planning team and our dispute resolution and motoring law teams have a strong track record of success.
Last week, the Gepps Rural team took some clients for an enjoyable day out at the Fennes Shooting School! The weather was lovely and of course, everyone had a great day out in the #Essex sunshine! pic.twitter.com/o4EAQ4vtfK— Gepp Solicitors (@geppsolicitors) September 23, 2019
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