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king's lynn mayor visits ward Gethin archer in heacham

Published at 6:44am 26th September 2018.

Solicitors Ward Gethin Archer were delighted to welcome the Mayor of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to their Heacham office during their recent open day.

As part of his visit, Councillor Nick Daubney was shown around the recently refurbished Heacham branch of Ward Gethin Archer, located at 8 High Street, as well as meeting members of the team.

Nick said,

“It was great to meet the staff and management at Ward Gethin Archer. I really appreciated their time to show me around their office and learn all about their recent expansion of legal services now available at Heacham. Ward Gethin Archer is clearly a forward-thinking company and a great asset to Heacham, West Norfolk and beyond.”

To celebrate their Heacham office expansion and refurbishment, Ward Gethin Archer held a free open day on Wednesday, September 19, to give residents and businesses the opportunity to pop in and have an informal chat with one of their solicitors and lawyers over a coffee and cake.

James Macwhirter, Wills and Probate solicitor located in Heacham said:

“It was a pleasure to meet the Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, Councillor Nick Daubney. On behalf of everyone, I would like to thank him for his time and support”

“I would also like to thank everybody who came along and supported our open day who helped to make it a great success. I myself spoke to several members of the public who came in with a vast range of different questions they sought answers for, as well as catching up with clients past and present."

The expansion means that there are now more of Ward Gethin Archer’s solicitors and lawyers on-hand giving improved access to expert legal help and advice in Heacham on issues such as moving home, writing a will or lasting power of attorney, personal injury claims, settling a dispute, resolving family matters or employment issues as well as commercial services for businesses.

Ward Gethin Archer is a long established firm of solicitors and notaries.

Their Heacham office, one of nine branches across Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, first opened at the beginning of 2014 after the successful acquisition of Berry and Walton Solicitors.

Ward Gethin Archer’s other offices can be found in Chatteris, Dereham, Downham Market, Ely, King’s Lynn (Tuesday Market Place and Regis Place, Bergen Way), Swaffham and Watton, making them one of the region’s largest law firms.

Anyone with a legal question or needing help can call Ward Gethin Archer on 01485 571366 or visit their refurbished Heacham office at 8 High Street.

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