Join the CLA for a topical talk with the Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police, plus a drinks reception, at the Bucks County Show next month.
The Country Land and Business Association (CLA), which represents farmers, landowners and rural businesses across Buckinghamshire and beyond, will once again have a marquee and garden fronting onto the main ring at the show, on August 31.
We will be joined by new Thames Valley Police Chief Constable Jason Hogg, who will give an update on all things rural crime across the force area.
Chief Constable Hogg took on the role in April 2023, following four years as Deputy Chief Constable. In his talk he will discuss how Thames Valley's Rural Crime Taskforce is performing, covering recent successes, statistics and trends, and key messages for farmers and landowners.
There will also be a Q&A, followed by a drinks reception, which is free to attend.
CLA South East Regional Director Tim Bamford said: “We’re delighted to be returning to the Bucks County Show, as it has a wonderful atmosphere and is always a special occasion.
“Do come and join us for a fascinating talk from the Chief Constable, and visitors are also welcome to join us throughout the day for tea and coffee, chat with the CLA team and to enjoy our garden area which fronts onto the ring.”
The talk and drinks reception is free to attend, but places must be booked in advance here.
If you have any difficulties booking online, please call the CLA South East office on 01264 313434 and the team will be happy to help book your place.
Media are welcome to attend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a ticket.