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Speaker line up almost there – it’s time to book your seats at Sharestock 2024 on September 7 at our farm in Wales, now almost 50% sold out

Tom Winnifrith
Wednesday 10 April 2024

As of today just under half the seats for the third Sharestock event on 7 September are now booked. If you have been before you know why but this year’s event will be bigger and better than any yet. Here is why you should make sure you have a seat HERE today.

The speaker lineup is already almost there with just three more speakers to go but we have a cracking line up including: Jim Mellon (Britain’s Buffett), bear raiders Matt Earl (the Dark Destroyer), Lucian Miers (the Bard of the Boleyn) and Boatman Capital (the nemesis of Argo Blockchain).

There is oil guru Peter Brailey, AI expert Brian Kinane and small cap expert (especially on the short tack) Evil Banksta. There is myself, Cathal Friel of Open Orphan and more big names and CEOs to come

You can get full details and book your tickets HERE

Then there is the food. From breakfast at 8.30 to Chef Vijay’s Indian lunch, tea including Bara Brith made by myself and Joshua and a supper of cold salmon, and home grown stuffed marrow and home made ice cream. During supper a Welsh male voice choir led by Joshua’s Welsh teacher will entertain you with song.

No doubt Lucian, Matt and Evil Banksta will keep folk entertained, drinking late into the night in the family kitchen.

It will all take place on the lawns at my family farm here in Wales, half way between Wrexham and Chester. Joshua will run his croquet contest and you will get a chance, before anyone else to sample a new home produced alcoholic drink. We have an extra tent this year just for the booze including Wrexham Lager, Cheshire Cat Ale and much more.

You can also fish for salmon or pike on the river all day long., just bring your own rod.

There will be more details announced but the date is inked in at 7 September and you can check out local accommodation and buy tickets at 2023 prices HERE.

My family and I look forward to seeing you in five months time at our home where upgrades, including a new office and recording studio for Shareprophets continue apace.


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About Tom Winnifrith
Tom Winnifrith is the editor of When he is not harvesting olives in Greece, he is (planning to) raise goats in Wales.
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