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This article was published on August 19th, 2020
Thorneycroft Solicitors are delighted to announce the expansion of the firm as they open a new high-street based office in the heart of Macclesfield.
The firm will take over the grade 2 listed premises formerly occupied by Blunts Solicitors on King Edward Street.
It continues a period of impressive expansion from the firm in recent years following the acquisition of Leathems Solicitors in Whaley Bridge as well as their established offices in Buxton and Holmes Chapel, with the firm now boasting 5 offices across Cheshire and Derbyshire.
Managing Director of Thorneycroft Solicitors, Rachel Stow, said:
“The new office will give the firm a high-street presence in the heart of Macclesfield that is fully wheelchair accessible, something we as a firm have strived towards for a number of years.”
“Our new premises will be the base of operations for our Private Client, Conveyancing, Employment Law & HR and matrimonial teams and we are looking forward to welcoming both new and existing clients to our new high-street location.”
The office on King Edward Street will be open from mid-August and will be fully operational by the end of September.
For those unfamiliar with the location, it was formerly occupied by Blunts Solicitors who have provided legal services for over 200 years. Blunts had existed in various entities since 1812, when the firm of Brocklehurst and Bagshaw, of whom Blunts Solicitors are a direct descendant, began operating from the premises.
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