April 2008
Farmers Weekly;4/11/2008, p61
Trade Publication
This article announces that the drop-in centre for the receipt of completed Single Payment Scheme (SPS) application forms and supporting documents will be open on March 3 to June 9, 2008. They will be closed during bank holidays and weekends, except for May 10-11 and June 7-8. Agents delivering large numbers of forms on behalf of many customers may book an appointment in advance, to avoid causing long queues. Some of the drop-in centre locations in Great Britain include Bristol, Newmarket, Nottingham, and Worcester.


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