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Anne and Lynn of Bevan Evemy Solicitors are pleased to announce the opening of their new office in Chipping Sodbury from which they will serve Chipping Sodbury, Yate and surrounding areas.
Their main office is now based at 79 Broad Street Chipping Sodbury BS37 6AD (just at the end of the High Street). The telephone and email addresses remain the same.
The office at Yate will continue to be available but on appointment only. The secure letterbox at the Yate office will continue to be available for dropping off any documents.
Bevan Evemy will continue to offer a free 30 minute initial appointment and will also continue to offer free legal advice sessions at Yate Library on the first Saturday of every month.
They look forward to continuing to offer the same professional and personal service at the new office.
2016’s Chipping Sodbury Food and Drink Festival attracted record numbers of visitors for this type of event, enjoying a mouth watering selection of products over two days.
Click below to read more, and watch a video of the event...
St John's Mead Primary School have vacancies for co-opted Governors and although this could be a parent it could also be someone from the community.
If you know of anyone who may have the skills we require and may be interested in the position please forward the poster below with details and our chairman's contacts.
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