City solicitors show support for Newport Food Festival
Newport solicitors, Everett Tomlin Lloyd and Pratt, are the latest local company to support the city’s annual food festival.
The firm, whose offices are located at Gold Tops, have been providing legal advice to businesses and individuals in south Wales for over 200 years. In 2011, they also became one of the few law firms in Wales to be awarded the Law Society Lexcel Accreditation for practice management and client care.
Ashley Harkus, Partner (Solicitor Advocate) at Everett Tomlin Lloyd and Pratt, said: “We are very proud to be based in, and work for, the people of Newport. Supporting the food festival is a way in which we can give something back to the community.
“As a company we have grown considerably over recent years and it’s great to see Newport growing and prospering also. It is important that we all support initiatives that help the regeneration of the areas we work and live in and look forward to being part of a successful event.”
Everett Tomlin Lloyd and Pratt have over 40 staff in offices based in Newport, Pontypool and Usk. They represent numerous local farmers, restaurants, retailers and businesses in the leisure sector and have specialist departments offering a full range of legal services including commercial property, agricultural, employment, conveyancing, business services, wills probate and tax planning, family, litigation and personal injury.
Golden Lion announced as a supporting sponsor for this year’s food festival
The Golden Lion, Magor, has been announced as the latest company to become a supporting sponsor of Newport’s 6th annual food festival.
The Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink Festival 2016, takes place on Saturday 1 October, and thanks to the support of local businesses like The Golden Lion, this year’s festival promises to be the best yet.
Just like the food festival, The Gold Lion’s ethos is all about fantastic food and drink and great entertainment. Located in the centre of Magor in the historic village square, this bar and restaurant has all the charm and characteristics of a traditional village inn, and is looking forward to bringing this appeal to the festival.
The food festival has a real connection with The Golden Lion as their produce is sourced locally wherever possible, with dishes cooked daily with skill and creativity…read more
Super venue chosen for Newport food festival supper
The Ridgeway Bar and Kitchen has been announced as the host venue for the pre-festival supper for this year’s Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink Festival.
The best of local produce prepared by top chefs is being promised by the hosts for guests who want to kick-off their foodie weekend on the Friday evening before the main event.
Newport born Michelin star chef, Hywel Jones, patron of the food festival, is designing the main course for the four-course supper menu…read more
As Newport’s top culinary event enters its sixth year, there’s an exciting new taste on the menu as award-winning Newport brewery, Tiny Rebel, is announced as headline sponsor.
To be known as the Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink Festival, the event on Saturday 1 October promises to be the biggest and best yet.
A company born and bred in Newport, Tiny Rebel will help the festival reach new heights, and has made a commitment to sponsor the event for the next three years.
Bradley Cummings from Tiny Rebel, said: “We had a fantastic experience of the festival last year. Urban Tap House had yet to officially open but we ran a roaring trade from our pop-up bar and a huge amount of interest from the public in our beer and new venue.
“We’re a proud Newport business so coming on board as headline sponsor of the festival is a great honour. We look forward to helping develop the newly emphasised drink aspect of the celebration and raising awareness of the festival throughout South Wales and beyond.”
This year’s Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink Festival will host around 80 stalls, as well as the return of the popular Teenchef competition and expert chef demonstrations. The main activities will centre on High Street, and the areas in and around Newport Market will again have a local focus. Read more
Phase one of stall holder applications is now closed. If you have any questions you can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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