Brexit Readiness: Defra Food & Farming Briefing

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Brexit Readiness: Defra Food & Farming Briefing
Wed 23th Oct
12pm — 2pm

Wessex Pavilions,
Royal Bath & West Showground,
Prestleigh,
Nr Shepton Mallet,
Somerset, BA4 6QN

Defra is working with the NFU, the Heart of the South West LEP and Mendip District Council to host a free 'Ready for Brexit' event aimed at businesses within the farming, food and drink sectors.

This event is open to all businesses in the Somerset and South West area and will provide information and signposting to the technical support and advice available to help businesses with preparing for Brexit.

Refreshments on arrival.

Registration for the event is through the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ready-for-brexit-food-farming-tickets-75825705727

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