Three south Warwickshire men have raised £2,000 for Myton Hospice by undertaking a gruelling 24 km race over a Welsh mountain, used by the military for Special Forces training.
13 Nov 2017FITNESS TRIO RAISE £2,000 FOR MYTON HOSPICE
A former British Army nurse has opened a new health clinic in Leamington.
Clare Barkway, who has 30 years’ experience of general nursing and mental health, including 15 years in the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps, has launched The Health & Vitality Clinic in Augusta Place.
A British soldier severely injured in Afghanistan has thanked all those who helped renovate his new lodgings at the Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick.
Former Guardsman John Dawson was shot in the head by a sniper in Helmand Province, leaving him with life-long injuries
Work is beginning on the new £3.7 million Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) national training centre in Shrewley, near Warwick. The charity, whose president is Princess Anne, uses horse-riding and carriage driving to provide therapy for 25,000 disabled children and adults.
Leading barristers from one of the longest established chambers in England will be in Leamington next month at a family law seminar, attended by lawyers from across the region.
21 Sep 2017Cricket balls competition – August winner
A livestock research project manager, who played cricket in the United States for two years, is the August winner of our monthly cricket competition. Each month, in association with Leamington solicitors Blythe Liggins, we celebrate a player who has done something special, with the winner being presented with a box of six new cricket balls for their club, provided by Blythe Liggins.
21 Sep 2017NEW PRE-ACTION PROTOCOL FOR DEBT CLAIMS
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NEW PRE-ACTION PROTOCOL FOR DEBT CLAIMS
The pre-action protocol for debt claims comes into effect on 1 October 2017.
The protocol will apply to all civil claims by a “business” (including sole traders) seeking payment of a debt from an “individual” (including sole traders).
11 Sep 2017Cricket balls competition
A village cricketer, who in his county playing days smashed Freddie Flintoff’s bowling all over the park, has been voted our Player of the Month for July.
Each month, in association with Leamington solicitors Blythe Liggins, we celebrate a player who has done something special, with the winner being presented with a box of six new cricket balls for their club, provided by Blythe Liggins.
In April 2017 the fee for registering Powers of Attorney Documents with the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) was reduced from £110 per document to £82. For a married couple preparing both Health and Welfare and Financial documents, this was a saving of £112. At the time, it seemed that it was just bad luck to those who had set theirs up previous to this.
A Leamington law firm is gearing up for the Bowls England National Championships in the town next month (August).