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Frank Collins

Partner and Head of Department Agriculture | Wells
Direct: 07773 369112
Office: 01749 342323

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I’m a Partner at Mogers Drewett and lead the Agricultural Team. I’ve spent the last 30 years dealing with Farms, land and farming businesses’.

My experience spans commercial and agricultural matters from sales purchase and finance of farms, business structures for rural businesses, diversification, renewable energy and rural developments, to diversification projects and succession planning.

This places me in a key position to help manage client relationships and, through taking a step back to review the bigger picture, offering strategy advice and consultancy across more complicated projects.

In my down time I’m a Trustee of The Lions Club of Frome Charitable Trust Fund and The Collins Educational Charitable Trust.

 

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  • Frank Collins is an excellent first port of call for advice and always instantly understands the problems and comes up with a solution straight away.

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