• Brachers has shown its continued support to the agricultural sector as it announces both its sponsorship of the Kent County Summer Fayre 2021 and the appointment of its Head of Commercial Property, Sarah Gaines, to the Kent County Agricultural Society’s board of directors.

    The Kent County Summer Fayre is a smaller scale event to replace the postponed Kent County Show 2021, and will showcase the best of Kent’s farming and agriculture. Brachers is a longstanding supporter of the annual event, having been both a sponsor and exhibitor for a number of years. This year’s fayre takes place on 10 and 11 July and promises a family fun weekend where visitors can expect entertainment, animal shows, heritage vehicles and local food.

    The Kent County Summer Fayre is organised by Kent County Agricultural Society (KCAS), which has recently appointed Brachers’ Partner, Sarah Gaines, to its board of directors. KCAS has been supporting and developing farming and agriculture since 1923. As director, Sarah will  be adding to the extensive and diverse experience of the other Board members to promote the charitable objects of the charity including the encouragement of agricultural and horticultural education, research and experimental work.

    Sarah said: “We are really pleased to support the Kent County Summer Fayre this year. Brachers has been advising farmers and landowners on legal issues for over 125 years but it’s also important to us to lend our support to the agricultural sector in other ways, such as via sponsorship of community events like the summer fayre. We know that the usual Kent County Show is a well-loved event and we’re pleased that, despite restrictions, KCAS has been able to press ahead with a fun-filled weekend for everyone to enjoy.”

    Tickets to the event can be bought on Kent County Summer Fayre’s website.

     

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