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Colchester: CLA hosts CAP reform update event

06:00 16 March 2014

Ed Barker, CLA agricultural adviser

Ed Barker, CLA agricultural adviser

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The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) will be holding a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reform update at Colne Valley Golf Club, Colchester, at 3.30pm on Monday, March 24.

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CLA agricultural adviser Ed Barker will be giving at overview, while David Wybar of Birkett Long will look at the legal implications.

Charles Ireland of Strutt & Parker will be examining the effect on businesses. The event is free for CLA members and £10 non-members.

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