There has not been a firm of solicitors practising in Cricklade since Peter Elliott closed his office in the early 1990’s. Since then residents from the Cricklade area, requiring specialist legal advice, have had to travel either to Cirencester or into Swindon. At the same time, residents of North Swindon are finding it easier to travel to Cricklade for many services, rather than having to travel into the centre of Swindon. So for many people, a time-consuming journey has to be undertaken if they wish to make a Will, give instructions for a land sale, or purchase, or to take advice about litigation or family matters.
Now it can be different. Because the Royal Wootton Bassett law practice of Bevirs have decided to hold a legal clinic at the Committee Room in Ockwells in the High Street which is in the centre of Cricklade.
In advance of the clinics starting Bevirs will hold an open house at Ockwells. on Wednesday, 10th April 2013, between 1pm and 4pm.
Please do come along on 10th April, have a cup of tea or coffee and find out more about the clinics. Due to confidentiality no legal advice can be given at the open house.
If you need to speak with someone, in confidence, about any legal problem at a clinic, all you need to do is to secure an appointment by contacting Bevirs office at Royal Wootton Bassett. Give them a call on 01793-848900 (ext. 426), to secure your 20-minute consultation. The first clinic will be on Wednesday 17th April from 10am until 4pm.
Bevirs, Solicitors are well established in the North Wiltshire area with offices at Calne, Swindon and Royal Wootton Bassett. The firm can trace its history back over the last two hundred years. They are experts in all areas of law, and have a highly respected reputation which has been achieved over many years.
Sonyia Woolnough, one of the partners at Bevirs said recently, ‘I am very pleased that we have decided to hold a clinic in the Committee Room at Ockwells in the High Street. This follows an experimental clinic at Purton that was very successful. I am confident that we can save local residents travelling time and hopefully help them and residents of the surrounding villages, at what can be a stressful time.’
Call Bevirs now to secure your appointment, by telephoning Sonyia Woolnough on 01793-848900, (extension 426). And don’t forget to check out Bevirs website at www.bevirs.co.uk for further details of the services the practice can offer.