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Wards Solicitors celebrates their new Nailsea office

  • 6th Nov 2013

On Thursday 24th October Wards Solicitors celebrated the move of their Nailsea office to First Floor, The Sion, Crown Glass Place with a party for members of the town.  Partners and Staff from Wards Solicitors offices across the South West joined local business owners, councillors, members of the Chamber of Commerce as well as representatives from the local emergency services and schools to see the freshly refurbished space and enjoy a glass of bubbly.


Members of the Wards Solicitors team.  From left to right: Michelle Ward (Trainee), Elizabeth Fry (Disputes), Jenny Pierce (Wills, Probate and Mental Capacity), Mandy McCabe (Divorce and Relationship Breakdown), Heather Jones (Commercial Property), Luke Hewitt (Conveyancing), Janet Hendey (Accident and Injury), Clive Westlake (Conveyancing), Amy Jones (Divorce and Relationship Breakdown) and Rebecca Parkman (Wills Probate and Mental Capacity) 

Office Manager, Mrs Hendey said: “We’re really thrilled to have made this move to bigger and more easily accessible offices.  Wards Solicitors has always had a position at the heart of Nailsea High Street and we wanted to ensure that clients could visit us easily.  These new offices have far better access and meeting spaces, as well as space for our growing team.  We’d like to invite everyone to pop into our office, to take a look around, next time they’re in town.” 

The Nailsea office team includes Janet Hendey (Accident & Injury), Clive Westlake (Conveyancing), Luke Hewitt (Conveyancing), Katherine Roe (Wills, Probate and Mental Capacity), Mandy McCabe (Divorce and Relationship Breakdown ), Emma Kerry (Disputes), Bridget Juckes (Business Services) and Robert Murray (Commercial Property).

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