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SHROPSHIRE LEGAL NEWS

Wednesday May 15 2019

Shropshires leading ladies come together to celebrate business achievements


Shrewsbury legal practice Aaron & Partners holds special event, at Albright Hussey Manor Hotel, to celebrate achievements of women in business



Shropshires leading ladies come together to celebrate business achievements

Leading businesswomen from across Shropshire came together at an exclusive afternoon tea event held by law firm Aaron & Partners, to celebrate the successes and achievements of women in business.

The annual event saw more than 35 of the region’s most influential women come together at Albright Hussey Manor Hotel, in Shrewsbury, for an afternoon filled with tea, cake and celebrations.

Guests from businesses including Handelsbanken, Lloyds Bank, Whittingham Riddell and Savills were treated to a prosecco reception on arrival followed by a sumptuous afternoon tea.

The event was hosted by Trish Randles, a Real Estate Partner at Aaron & Partners and was organised by Jude Kenyon from the firm.

Trish said: “Shropshire has an incredible business community with a huge number of amazing and successful women running or holding key positions in some of the largest and most well-known businesses”.

“I really look forward to the Ladies Afternoon Tea every year. It is a fantastic way of bringing together so many impressive women from right across the county.

The event was held at the historic Albright Hussey Manor Hotel in the heart of Shropshire.

Jude Kenyon, event organiser at Aaron & Partners said: “It’s an absolute pleasure to have been involved in the Ladies Afternoon Tea event. The event was attended by more women than ever before and that is a testament to the success that businesswomen are having in Shropshire”

Aaron & Partners LLP is a top 200 law firm, employing more than 100 staff across its three offices, in Shrewsbury, Chester and Manchester.



"Shropshire has an incredible business community with a huge number of amazing and successful women running or holding key positions in some of the largest and most well-known businesses."
Trish Randles








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