Events & News

Adrian Sharpin of Lawson Lewis Blakers felt humbled by the carers and workers at St Wilfrid's Hospice on Friday when offering advice on Wills, Powers of Attorney, Advance Decisions and Estate Administration. A truly fantastic local charity.

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Well done everyone. We raised £141.37p

Lawson Lewis Blakers are pleased to announce that the firm’s overall Lexcel accreditation has been successfully renewed and that the Lexcel Quality Kitemark has been awarded to the firm’s office in Lewes – following the merger between Lawson Lewis & Co and Blaker Son & Young in October 2012.

Eastbourne businesses Brufords and Lawson Lewis Blakers have joined a new Home-Start initiative which helps struggling families with young children. They are sponsoring two newly-trained volunteers. Mark Brewer, a trustee for the charity, said “We have a big demand for our service in Eastbourne".

Lawson Lewis Blakers supports local business and joined the campaign to “ Keep Albert Parade Special” in Old Town Eastbourne. Stephen Lloyd gathered campaigners with their umbrellas on Saturday 6th July 2013. Their slogan was “Don’t Rain on Our Parade” .

Albert Parade has an award winning butchers, a greengrocers, a bakers, a fishmongers, a newsagents and already has a Co-Op, there is no need for another supermarket.

Relevant websites:

www.telegraph.co.uk
www.albertparade.co.uk

Lawson Lewis Blakers are pleased to announce that the legal team based at the firm's Lewes office has been strengthened by the transfer of Nicola Davies Chartered Legal Executive from the office at Eastbourne. Lawson Lewis Blakers are now able to offer a full Conveyancing service from the Lewes Office.

Lawson Lewis Blakers are pleased to announce that they have been joined by Richard Palmer a newly qualified solicitor specialising in the field of commercial property and business law.

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