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Macclesfield based KAT is UK market leader and manufacturer of specialist windows and doors and are the latest company to sign up to the Thorneycroft Solicitors HR Service.
Hazel and Chloe will be taking to the mics tomorrow on Silk 106.9’s legal hour to help with all your legal questions, and this time they will be joined by Fiona Beasley, Corporate & Key Projects Manager for East Cheshire Hospice who will be telling us a bit more about Will Week and how it helps to raise vital funds to help fund the charity.
If you haven’t already written a will, Will Week
We are pleased to confirm that we will be sponsoring the ” Business of The Year 2014 Turnover Up To £1 Million” category at this year’s North East Cheshire Business Awards.
Thorneycroft Solicitors has recruited a new Conveyancing Solicitor – Neil Wilson to its busy conveyancing team in Macclesfield.
If you haven’t already written a will, Will Week is the perfect time to do it. We are waiving our fees for a standard will which you can then donate to East Cheshire Hospice. It’s a great way to do something you’ve probably put off again and again. And you can do this safe in the knowledge that your donation will help us to offer a better quality of life for our patients. The suggested minimum donation is £85 for a standard single will or £150 for a mirror will.
A dentist, who misdiagnosed dental problems, kept illegible records and prescribed antibiotics without examining his patients, has been struck off.
A company has been fined £100k by the Health and Safety Executive for not correctly risk assessing a busy thoroughfare which was the scene of a serious accident.
A mother is suing the MOD after her 19 year son fell 7 metres during a training exercise which left him severely brain damaged.
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