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Midlands Machinery Show set to debate Brexit and showcase industry innovation

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The Midlands Machinery Show will return to Newark Showground for the third year on November 23 and 24, hosting over 300 exhibitors.

Organised by Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society, the show is a platform for small to medium-sized agricultural businesses to showcase their diverse range of machinery and innovation to those involved in the industry.

The two-day farming show will showcase new product launches, technical seminars and a breakfast panel to discuss how a soft or hard Brexit may affect the agricultural industry.

The special breakfast debate, which is a first for the machinery show, is hosted and sponsored by Streets Chartered Accountants, Langleys Solicitors, NatWest and Brown & Co.

Show manager George Taylor said: “Not only will we have some of the best technology at the show, but this is the first year for the breakfast debate, which will give an in-depth insight into the changes in the agricultural industry as well as offering valuable input from a number of influential leaders in the business world.”