Thursfields raise £2,000 for hospice at charity golf day

Thursfields - CharityGolfDay Winners

Thursfields Solicitors has raised £2,000 for a local hospice by holding a charity golf day in Worcestershire. Associate solicitors Hannah Nicholls and Laura Williams arranged the mixed team contest at Gaudet Luce golf course in Droitwich following the success of their monthly ladies’ golf networking events. Various local business teams entered and the winners were…

Thursfields recruits country homes conveyancing specialist in Worcester

Thursfields Nick O'Hara Alison Wacey

Thursfields Solicitors has recruited a top country homes specialist to its Residential Property team in Worcester. Alison Wacey, who has more than 30 years conveyancing experience across the region, has been appointed as a Senior Associate Solicitor. Alison has joined the company from Clarke Brookes Turner Cary, having previously been a partner of Lodders in…

The stage is set for new theatre storage warehouse | Commercial Property law

Thursfields Paul Mathew Transport 2

Thursfields Solicitors has helped a major transport company make its own move into brand new, purpose-built warehousing. Paul Mathew Storage LLP, which trades as Paul Mathew Transport, is the leading transport supplier to the theatre industry. It has now purchased and moved into 20,000 sq ft of new warehousing designed and constructed to meet its…

Coffee morning success for people living with cancer in Stourport on Severn

Thursfields Coffee Macmillan Morning

On Friday 28th September, Thursfields Solicitors came together to host a Macmillan Coffee Morning in Stourport on Severn and help raise vital money for people living with cancer. Speaking after the event, Bethan Buckley, an apprentice in the Family Team at Thursfields, said“We really enjoyed doing our bit for this year’s Macmillan coffee morning. It…

The Civil Partnership Act 2004 – an alternative to marriage

Pauline O'Rourke - Colour WEB

It was announced recently an intended new law change will extend the scope of the Civil Partnership Act 2004. It will mean for the first time opposite sex couples can legally enter into a Civil Partnership (previously only available to same sex couples) and now, no matter their gender, they are to be treated as…

Over £1,000 raised in charity netball tournament

Netball Charity Tournament 1

Thursfields Solicitors has helped to raise more than £1,100 for charity after jointly organising a netball tournament in memory of a well-known local player. More than 70 people competed in seven mixed teams in the event at Stourport Sports Club last month, each team paying an entry fee of £100. The tournament was motivated by…

Thursfields has helped top UK truck dealer with expansion plans

Paul May John Dillon Rob Pettigrew Tony Gibb (2)

Thursfields Solicitors has helped one of the UK’s top truck dealers to buy a new site in Worcestershire ahead of its planned expansion. Thursfields acted for PM Commercials and a pension fund in the multi-million pound purchase of the 9.3-acre site at Berry Hill Industrial Estate in Droitwich. Paul May, owner of the commercial vehicle…

Lending money to family and friends – what should I do?

At some point in your life, it is quite likely that a family or friend has asked you if they can borrow money. Sometimes, it’s £10.00 so they can pay for shopping, or food, but other times, they could ask for far more. In instances where, for example, you are loaning a large sum of…

HMO’s- Is it time to Hand the Money Over?

Robert Pettigrew Colour WEB

New rules from 1 October 2018 impose more stringent licencing requirements for a House of Multiple Occupancy, or HMO for short. HMO is a term used to describe properties which are rented to at least 3 people (who are not a family) and share basic amenities such as a kitchen or bathroom, for example student accommodation and…

Leading Black Country lawyer promoted to director at Thursfields

Jane Rudge - Colour WEB

Jane Rudge, one of Thursfields Solicitors’ leading Black Country lawyers, has been promoted to the position of Director. Jane, originally from Edinburgh, started her professional life in the legal department of investment bank Morgan Stanley in Canary Wharf. After a law degree at Birmingham University, she trained with George Green Solicitors, qualifying in 1999, and…

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