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Coffee, cake and advice morning in Winchcombe this month

01 July 2016

Our wills, probate and trusts lawyers will host a coffee morning in Winchcombe on 21 July.

The team is providing the ingredients to help people to take care of their affairs and plan for the future of their loved ones. This event gives residents the opportunity to come and ask questions.

There is no need to book and everyone is welcome to call in between 11am and 2pm for a one-to-one chat with a member of the team over coffee on a no obligation basis.

Simon Cook, head of wills, probate and trusts, who has close ties to the town says that he and the team are looking forward to seeing familiar faces and to meeting new over a slice of cake and a cup of coffee.

The event will be held at the Winchcombe Methodist Church on the High Street.

If you can’t make the date but would still like to talk to someone please feel free to contact us.

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