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One of the highly regarded firms in the prestigious Legal 500 and Chamber and Partners legal directories in England and Wales, the city-quality law expert will once again take up the position of Legal Partners to Three Counties for the next three years, following impressive results since forging links with Three Counties in 2013.

Ken Nottage, CEO of Three Counties, said: “We are delighted to be continuing to work with Harrison Clark Rickerbys and look forward to continuing the impressive growth the partnership has delivered to date for both parties. Since joining forces over three years ago, the relationship has gone from strength to strength. Three Counties provides the perfect platform for engagement with over one million people every year, who visit our three nationally acclaimed events and calendar of third party events. With the support of Harrison Clark Rickerbys, we look forward to what’s to come in 2017 and beyond. ”

The fruitful relationship marks the growth of mutually beneficial business links between the two organisations working at the heart of the three counties.

Over the past three years, Harrison Clark Rickerbys has benefitted from the increased presence in national and regional press and PR that the Three Counties events achieve, together with the direct engagement with visitors to the showground. Harrison Clark Rickerbys has found that visitors to Three Counties have warmed to them through their support of the showground.

Three Counties offers unrivalled access to a vast bank of new clientele, with its annual calendar of shows and third party events drawing over a million visitors to the showground over the course of the year, together with its work in the spheres of agriculture and horticulture.

Mark Fabian, Partner with Harrison Clark Rickerbys, said: “We are very happy to be continuing our partnership with Three Counties. We have enjoyed working with all of the team and meeting the great many visitors to Three Counties’ vibrant events. We look forward to building on the impressive results we have achieved in just three short years.”

Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ specialisms perfectly compliment the aims and endeavours of the Three Counties, with areas of excellence in agriculture and rural affairs, equine, education, hospitality and leisure.

Association with the leading law firm has helped Three Counties grow their network of commercial clients, specifically boosted by the Three Counties Big Breakfasts events. These exclusive networking events are aimed at senior management for businesses in the three counties of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire. The breakfasts, which are also in partnership with Gloucestershire based land agents, Bruton Knowles, have proved a huge success with over 120 delegates to each of the three events in 2016. The 2017 events calendar is soon to be released.

Clients of Harrison Clark Rickerbys – who are based predominantly across the South and West Midlands, M5 corridor, South West and along the M4 Thames Valley corridor – benefit from exclusive hospitality opportunities. These include exclusive preview events, corporate entertainment and special days out.

Closely matching the geographical reach of the Three Counties target areas, Harrison Clark Rickerbys provides a complete spectrum of legal services to business and private clients. The firm’s work in all aspects of law is nationally and internationally recognised, with offices in Cheltenham, Hereford, Ross-on-Wye, Birmingham, Thames Valley and Worcestershire, together with serviced offices in London.

Three Counties kick off their annual headline events calendar with Countrytastic in April (13 April 2017), closely followed by RHS Malvern Spring Festival in May (11 – 14 May 2017), and its signature event the Royal Three Counties Show in June (16 – 18 June 2017), before closing the season in September with Malvern Autumn Show (23 & 24 September 2017).

For more information about Three Counties, visit or call 01684 584924 and for Harrison Clark Rickerbys, visit

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