We run a free weekly legal clinic in Uppermill, Saddleworth every Wednesday, 9am to 12.30pm at the Conservative Club on the High Street. Come by and talk to a Saddleworth Lawyer.
The aim of the clinic is to provide initial advice to those within the local community of Oldham and Saddleworth, either by appointment, or as a drop in clinic. It will allow people to raise queries and get help or information on crucial matters. With recent changes and cuts to the legal aid system concerning many people, we hope our clinic will be a source of advice to those who have been affected.
Solicitor and Partner at Wrigley Claydon, Rachel Daminoui explains the thinking behind the project,
“We want to provide the local community with a service that no other law firm does. We have a long history in the area, and work hard to ensure our reputation as the area’s oldest, most established and best regarded solicitors is maintained. This means we always look to provide that ‘added extra’ to our services, and feel that going out to meet our potential clients in their community is one way of doing this.”
“With the current metro link work causing much disruption to the centre of Oldham, it is proving difficult for many people to get into, and out of the town. We hope our new legal clinic will also help those finding it problematic to travel to our offices in the town centre.”
We are the oldest law firm in Oldham serving Lancashire, Yorkshire and Greater Manchester. We were established in 1795. In 1980 we opened our second office in Todmorden. This provided us with the flexibility to serve our clients’ legal needs at their offices, at their home or place of business.
With the two offices in Oldham and Todmorden, we specialise in several areas of law; Employment, Family, Commercial, Property, Litigation, Employment, Wills, Probate and Trusts.
For more information please call us on 0161 624 6811 or pop in next Wednesday for a chat with a Saddleworth Lawyer.
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