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Gepp & Sons links with the rural community continued to be strengthened when their marquee was 'standing room only' with farmers, land agents and business friends. Working in conjunction with the County Land and Business Association (CLA), Gepp & Sons entertained, advised and networked with the rural and suburban community.

Representatives from Felsted School's senior management team were also on hand to answer questions on admission policies and facilities at this internationally renowned educational facility.

The Farming Crisis Network (FCN) is an organisation close to the heart of Gepp & Sons. The FCN volunteers work to provide pastoral and practical support to farming people during periods of anxiety, stress and problems relating to both the farm household and the farm business. Their details were also on hand in the Gepp & Sons marquee promoting the support and advice they have available to the rural community.

Every year a 36 pint barrel of Essex ale is given away in a free prize draw. This years' chosen barrel was 'The only way is Six', a special summer ale from The Brentwood Brewery. This limited edition ale has been brewed to celebrate the benefit year of two times world record holding cricketer Graham Napier.  The lucky winner from one of the hamlets just outside of 'The Easters' said "That's the refreshments sorted for our village's Jubilee party". 

If you were unable to attend on Sunday and have any questions relating to rural issues,tax planning or general legal advice, we will be pleased to hear from you. 

Please contact our Agricultural team on 01245 493939 or email agriculture@gepp.co.uk

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