Help us to help homeless adults in our district via the Helping Hands Sleep Out 2016.
Wright Hassall celebrates its 170th anniversary in 2016 and to mark the occasion the firm launched a photography competition. Schools, colleges, amateur photographers and photography clubs were encouraged to contribute to ‘The Best of Coventry and Warwickshire – a year in pictures’.
On Saturday 1st October an excited audience gathered at the newly built Warwick Hall for an evening of classical music performed by professional musicians and pupils of Warwick school and King’s High in support of the Warwick School Bursary Appeal.
Advanced Manufacturing: Risk & Reward, held by TheBusinessDesk.com in association with law firm Wright Hassall and accounting and advisory firm Moore Stephens, attracted manufacturing and engineering companies from across the region.
A growing telecommunications company has expanded into new headquarters in Worcestershire. R4telecom was assisted in its move to Hepworth Park industrial estate by Wright Hassall.
Wright Hassall is all set to go head-to-head with lawyers in lycra from all over the country. The Tour de Law is the biggest charity event in the legal sector and takes place on September 28 and 29 – all proceeds go to Breast Cancer Care.
Wright Hassall have done the legal work for Stagecoach's new depot that will serve mid and south Warwickshire. AC Lloyd and project managers Minns Network are the creators of the project with local company Deeley winning the construction contract.
Wright Hassall took the chance to review William Shakespeare’s will when it returned to Stratford-upon-Avon for the first time in 400 years.
Leading Midlands law firm Wright Hassall has bolstered its senior management team with the appointment of a new Sales Director. The Leamington-based firm has appointed Jon Preston into the new role - continuing its strong growth in its 170th year in business.
A charity is set to launch a drop-in centre to support those in need in Leamington thanks to a £30,000 donation. Helping Hands is being given £30,000 over the next three years by Leamington Round Table to launch and run a drop-in centre at their shop in Gloucester Street.