The event will be hosted by the President of the Royal Bath & West Society, HM Lord Lieutenant Annie Maw. Joining us to share their stories, discuss challenging stereotypes and to leave you with ‘top tips’ to takeaway will be:
Sally Mitchell | Greenslade Taylor Hunt
Sally manages the Dorchester Office and having been an Agricultural Partner since 2016, she recently became a full Partner of the firm and Greenslade Taylor Hunt’s first female Partner.
Mary Quicke MBE | Quicke’s
Mary is the 14th generation of the Quicke family on Home Farm and has been running the cheese business since 1987.
Bev and Sarah Milner Simonds | eat:Festivals
Bev and Sarah work in the food and drink sector in the southwest. They have been an outspoken visible champion for gay rights over many years, notably demonstrated by their high-profile speaking engagements and prominence within the events sector.
Lindsey is a 5th generation tenant farmer, branch chairwomen of the Wrington NFU and Deputy Chairwoman of Somerset NFU.
This event is a great opportunity to connect, share stories and celebrate achievements #EachforEqual
This event is free to attend and places are limited
Please feel free to share with your network. To book your place, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org 27th February 2020.