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We are very pleased to be supporting through donation, the North Yorkshire Special Olympics charity who do an amazing job in providing a lifetime of learning through sport which benefits individuals of all ages and ability levels – from those with…

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We know how difficult it can be when you have decided to enter into the realms of letting out your property. Did you know there are a number of things you need in place to comply with the Housing Act…

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We were delighted to present Dan’s Den in Ilkley with a cheque for £500 in support of the important work they do for families in the community. We have also been working closely with Dan’s Den to provide monthly onsite…

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As I write this article, we’ve just won Professional Services of the year 2018, in the Skipton Business Awards. Naturally, we are incredibly proud of this achievement. There were some very impressive entries and the quality of high calibre businesses…

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We were thrilled and excited to be announced as winners of the Best Professional Services category in the 2018 at a celebratory dinner at the Rendezvous Hotel, Skipton on the 22 March 2018. The award was accepted by Managing Director,…

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We were thrilled to be confirmed as the winners of the Manorlands hospice challenge 2018 at an awards ceremony in Bradford on 14th March 2018. The challenge was to turn an initial £50.00 investment into as much money as possible.…

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On the 22 February 2018 we held a charity auction dinner in aid of Manorlands Hospice in Bradford. The event was part of the Manorlands Challenge which we agreed to take part in during October 2017. The challenge was to…

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Buying a brand new house comes with obvious advantages: Brand new properties are more likely to benefit from lower running costs and energy bills. When you turn your key for the first time, you will be the very first to…

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We recommend that clients review their Will every 3 years. This is because there may have been changes in your life which may have triggered a necessary change in your Will. These could include: getting separated or divorced getting married…

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Whether you are buying your first home, upsizing to accommodate a growing family or downsizing because your children have flown the nest, you will need a property lawyer to carry out the conveyancing process on your behalf. The first conversation…

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