Family-run firm proud of community reputation

Family-owned insurance firm Beaumont Lawrence has been working with businesses across Shropshire and beyond for more than 40 years.

Based in Shrewsbury the company’s aim has always been to focus on giving the right advice and getting to know their clients’ needs.

This simple philosophy has, over the years, helped win the trust of a wide-ranging portfolio of clients and earned the company the reputation it deserves within the local community.

And for Ben Lawrence, managing director of the firm, based at Sweetlake Court, Mercian Close, this is really important.

“Shrewsbury is a fantastic place to do business and we are proud of the reputation we have built over the last 41 years.

“As a local broker, run by people who live in the area, our work servicing local clients is extremely important to us and we enjoy working with people in our own economy.

“Being an integral part of the Shrewsbury community is something we take very seriously and where possible we are keen to support events in the community as with the Shrewsbury Cycle Grand Prix a couple of weeks ago.

“It was a huge honour for us to sponsor this event along with other businesses in the town - Cooper Green Pooks Estate Agents, Stan’s Cycles and Pure Telecom.

“It was an event that generated huge amounts of public support both locally and further afield and has really helped to put Shrewsbury on the map.

“Having a big name rider like Olympic gold medalist Joanna Rowsell take part has given the town a huge boost.”

Aside from the Grand Prix Mr Lawrence, who has lived and worked in Shrewsbury all his life, said the town had so many big community events to be proud of including the Shrewsbury Flower Show, Shrewsbury Folk Festival and Shrewsbury Regatta to name but a few.

“All these events help make Shrewsbury what it is today - a great town, with great people, great businesses and a real sense of community.

“We take immense pride in watching the community flourish and the town grow and prosper.

“I for one couldn’t imagine living or doing business anywhere else.”

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