Tallents Solicitors on the high street in Southwell, Nottinghamshire

Tallents Solicitors on the high street in Southwell, Nottinghamshire

We have heard people from all walks of life say that they can feel quite intimated going to a solicitor, it is hardly suprising, afterall the reasons behind our appointment can often be rather complicated and emotional. We are extremely fortunate to have Tallents Solicitors situated in the very centre of Southwell, Nottinghamshire and feel that it is really important for you to find out more about what they offer should you ever need the service.

Despite being one of the larger firm of solicitors in the North Nottinghamshire area, Tallents pride themselves in maintaining a personal approach and in particular Southwell offers a Free Family Law Clinic every Tuesday evening – 5pm -7pm. It’s free for anyone to attend and receive family or children law advice.

Acting for both private and business clients, the firm have expertise in all areas of law including Agricultural Law, very relevant to this rural area.
They provide a full range of Legal Services with expertise covering all areas of law including:
Commercial and domestic property transactions, inheritance tax planning, trust and estate administration, wills, probate, commercial and general litigation, employment law, company and commercial law, intellectual property, matrimonial and family law, personal injury claims, children issues.


Meet the Solicitors – it is always useful to have a face to the name ….

Profile of Alistair Millar
Alistair Millar is the Partner who heads up the Southwell office.
Alistair specialises in: residential and commercial conveyancing law and agricultural law.

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Ann Farnill is Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate and covers all aspects of estate administration, Will writing, Powers of Attorney, Later Life Care.

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Jackie Watts is a Solicitor specialising in complex property law.
Jackie is also the Notary Public for the area and as such offers a unique set of services to the general public, such as witnessing documents for moving abroad, getting married abroad, taking children abroad, witnessing documents for conducting business outside the UK and many more scenarios we don’t often encounter.

You can contact Tallents Solicitors in a variety of ways: 

By Telephone: 01636 813411
By Dropping in or Writing: 2 Westgate Southwell Notts NG25 0JJ
By Email via their website: Tallents.co.uk

For information:
Tallents Solicitors – were at the time of publishing, Southwell Scoop Members. Blog forms part of Business Advertising Package.
All images – All Rights Reserved. Copyright Paul Saxby Photography 2016. Photograph by Paul Saxby.

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Celebrities call for your support

Celebrities call for your support

The UK’s premier brain tumour research fundraising event – #WearAHatDay is fast approaching and the Brain tumour research charity have teamed up with business woman, model, actress and television personality Caprice; actor and author, Sheila Hancock CBE, and performer, Debbie McGee.

All have been affected by this devastating disease-

CAPRICE – revealed she had been diagnosed with a brain tumour in April 2017, after an accident on the TV show, The Jump. Following successful surgery to remove the tumour, Caprice is now continuing to be monitored by her medical team.

SHEILA HANCOCK – has been a patron of their Member charity Ali’s Dresm for over a decade snd is one of the charitys most dedicated supporters. Sheila’s grandson , Jack, was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 1999. It was low-grade and was successfully removed.

DEBBIE MCGEE – became involved after her husband of 28 years, TV Magician Paul Daniels, died of a brain tumour at the age of 77 in March 2016.

As you can see, this disease doesnt have any preference, it can strike anyone.

There are a host of well known personalities supporting the charity including –

On Thursday 29th march, we’re going to be wearing our pink hats at our fundraising event at The full moon at Morton – the stars will be wearing their pink hats … will you?

If you would like to support us please help us by donating to our Just giving page .

You can also keep up to date with our fundraising via the Southwell Scoop Blog or our facebook fundraising group Rik’s chicken feet fundraisers

Brain Tumour Research – Where Does Your Money Go?

Brain Tumour Research – Where Does Your Money Go?

The Brain tumour research charity fund pioneering medical research into brain tumours at their Uk centres of excellence .

They know the only way to improve patient outcomes for today & tomorrow is to increase the amount of funding that is spent on funding… but where does the money go?

Here is a breakdown of a day in the life of a brain tumour research centre of excellence-

£25 – Could pay for a PhD Student to work in a lab

£50 – Could pay for a Senior Research Fellow to run a lab for an hour

£150 – Could pay for a research Nurse to collect brain tumour tissue from the hospital each day

£300 – Could pay for all of the solutions, pipettes and dishes needed by a centre each day to work on analysing the behaviour of brain tumour cells

£1,000 – could pay for a research paper to be published in a scientific journal providing another piece of the jigsaw to be shared throughout the scientific community

£2,740 – Sponsors a day of research, recognised by a unique tile on the wall of hope

If you would like to support this research please help us by donating to our Just giving page .

You can also keep up to date with our fundraising via the Southwell Scoop Blog or our facebook fundraising group Rik’s chicken feet fundraisers

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Working Towards a Cure for Brain Tumours

Working Towards a Cure for Brain Tumours

Brain tumours kill more children & adults under 40 than any other cancer!

More research is urgently needed… as just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating disease.

Over 16,000 people are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK every year & there desperately needs to be more funding in place in order to accelerate the research. Unlike many other cancers, general cancer research does not always translate into viable brain tumour research. It is only through giving to charities funding laboratory-based research that all types of brain tumour – childhood & adult, low grade & high grade- will be cured.

The Brain tumour research charity support the UK’s largest network of laboratory-based research scientists at their centres of excellence. Their researchers are working hard to –

-Repurpose Drugs

-Impede tumour growth

– Discover new drugs

-Halt tumours spreading

-Stop tumours coming back

They need £1 MILLION A YEAR to recruit & keep their researchers working at each one of the centres ; that’s £2,740 per day, per centre.

They are striving to fund a network of seven research centers in the UK, whilst challenging the government & larger cancer charities to invest more in brain tumour research.

Their vision is to find a cure for brain tumours. To build a network of experts in sustainable brain tumour research.

If you would like to support this research please help by donating to our Just giving page .

You can also keep up to date with our fundraising via the Southwell Scoop Blog or our facebook fundraising group Rik’s chicken feet fundraisers

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British Designer Hats of the Highest Quality Available to Hire

British Designer Hats of the Highest Quality Available to Hire

In these times of recycling and saving the planet what could be more “green” than hiring a hat for that special occasion.  We are delighted to have Caroline of HireAHat.com situated in Oxton, Nottinghamshire supporting our #WearAHatDay fundraising event in aid of Brain Tumour Research. Come and meet her on Thursday 29th March, 6pm onwards at The Full Moon in Morton. If you can’t make it then have a read below of the service Caroline provides.

‘You will not have to spend hundreds of pounds on a top designer hat which, having had its moment of glory will languish unloved and forgotten on top of the wardrobe- or worse – under the bed,  whilst you contemplate that holiday you might have had – had it not been for that HAT!

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Come to HATS and you can enjoy a free consultation (no obligation), the opportunity to don your outfit (not possible in the high street shops) and to try on various beautiful hats until you are satisfied that you have exactly the right one to be your crowning glory. And you can see that you look fabulous!

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Caroline has been hiring out beautiful hats for just over 10 years. She is passionate about women looking their best and feeling confident, particularly the mother of the Bride or Groom.  Although weddings are the most popular event, she also hires hats out for Buckingham Palace Garden Parties, Investitures, and Ladies Day at the Races. She says that finding just the right hat for an outfit is rather like completing a beautiful picture.

Caroline is also passionate about only buying from British designers because she believes we have the best milliners in the world.

So for your next important event please contact Caroline.  Your consultation will be relaxed, in beautiful surroundings where you will have all the time you need to make your choice of headwear.  Caroline is also happy to advise on, make up, hair and accessories (jewellery and handbags available for hire).

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Contact HATS on 0115 9652356 or

visit the website www.hireahat.com

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