Saturday saw the return of the ever popular High Easter Point to Point.
Gepp Solicitors have for many years supported this great family day out and this year was no exception. Along with Essex based rural land agent Whirledge and Knott Gepp’s were joint sponsors of the Farmers Lunch, a focal point in the rural social calender. Around 600 farmers and land owners from across the county came together for refreshments and a glass or two.
As always it was a fantastic day out for all, and with plenty to see and do. The meeting was the first to run under the new guise of Essex with Farmers & Union.
Point-to-Point enthusiasts were delighted to not miss a moment of the Grand National either, with the races screened live for all to see on large screens. Gepp Solicitors were represented by Head of Agriculture Edward Worthy and partner Keri Constantatou along with Debroah Conroy, Spencer Davis and Charlotte Strutt
If you have never been before, its an event not to be missed.
Photos by: Brian Camplin