Lanyon Bowdler is a forward-thinking law firm with offices throughout Shropshire, north Herefordshire and North Wales - but with a client base which extends well beyond.
It’s a leading name in the legal profession and the firm’s lawyers can regularly be found in the country’s top guides and directories - but Lanyon Bowdler is also committed to supporting the community and is a long-time Chamber member.
Pillar of the community
The firm has a strong presence at networking events and social get-togethers and is a staunch supporter of various charities. Lanyon Bowdler also organises seminars, legal clinics and other events during the course of the year and is regularly open to partnering with other companies and individuals for the benefit of the local business community.
We asked Brian Evans, managing partner at Lanyon Bowdler, for his thoughts on being a member of Shropshire Chamber of Commerce. Here is what he had to say:
“We have an amazing business pool of talent in Shropshire covering a wide spectrum of industries and sectors who find mutual benefit from coming together under the umbrella of the Chamber.
Range of services available
“There are many advantages to being a member, including the range of training courses on offer, and the many networking opportunities available each year.
“It also provides an important platform to speak with a united voice for the business community of Shropshire when it comes to shaping future thinking and planning and trying to ensure that we are heard by those integral to making important decisions that affect us all in the county.
“There has always been a strong community spirit within the Shropshire business community and it’s vitally important that we are able to maintain and develop that in what are some of the most challenging of times we have seen.
“We are proud to be am All-inclusive Member of Shropshire Chamber and help in any way we can to develop this supportive environment, because it is a valuable aid to the way we in Shropshire do business - not just locally but on the wider national and international stage.
“I think it is important for our team at Lanyon Bowdler to get out into the community and network, meet like-minded people and develop contacts for mutual benefit. It’s something we do through the Chamber but also through the range of events and initiatives we host as a business each year.
“From legal clinics to brain injury seminars and simple meetings where we encourage people to just turn up for a chat, meet old friends and provide the opportunity to make new ones. It’s all about making contact and providing support to other individuals and businesses.”