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  • Thursday 15th September 2022

    Gullands launches Maidstone High Street Heroes Awards 2022

    It’s been a tough couple of years for Maidstone’s high street businesses and we want to recognise the role they play in our everyday lives and the face to face customer service they provide, which you just don’t get from online only businesses. We want to say thank you to ...

  • Wednesday 14th September 2022

    Proclamation of Accession of King Charles III

    We are deeply saddened by the news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and one of our team, partner Catherine Lloyd, Under Sheriff of Kent has had a formal role in proceedings locally. We asked Catherine to explain her role and how she felt on such a momentous ...

  • Tuesday 6th September 2022

    Knife Angel comes to Maidstone

    From 6th September an 8.5m tall sculpture made from 100,000 knives, weapons and blades which have been handed in during knife amnesties in the UK will be on display at Lighthouse Church, Station Road, Maidstone. The Knife Angel is an awareness campaign which will run in Maidstone for four ...

  • Wednesday 24th August 2022

    Grandparent’s rights

    Sadly, not all grandparents have regular contact with their grandchild. This typically occurs in the case of a family breakdown or if the relationship with the grandchild’s parent/s breaks down. Understanding what, if any, rights you have and the steps you can take to build and maintain a ...

  • Wednesday 24th August 2022

    Co-parenting – can an agreement be reached?

    If you are a fan of celebrity gossip and have been following the acrimonious break-up of the marriage of US actress Alice Evans and estranged husband, the actor Ioan Grufford, then you will be aware that their failure to agree on parenting is now heading to the courts and an ‘ugly’ and ...

  • Monday 15th August 2022

    Recession ahead? - Prepare your business

    There is ongoing economic uncertainty and the possibility of the UK entering a period of significant downturn or recession, which means businesses and the public will spend less money. It is therefore important to plan if you haven’t already and get your business into the best position ...

  • Wednesday 3rd August 2022

    Banter or bullying?

    When does banter become bullying? This is a question which is increasingly being asked at employment tribunals and they in turn are more frequently finding in favour of the claims brought by the employees who have been on the receiving end of it. Recent research shows employment cases in the UK ...

  • Wednesday 3rd August 2022

    How can employers better support their employees through the Menopause?

    No longer a taboo subject for women of ‘a certain age’ the Menopause can cause a range of physical and or psychological symptoms from hot flushes, sleep disruption to anxiety and poor concentration. Typically affecting women aged 45 and above, the symptoms can last for a number of ...

  • Wednesday 14th September 2022

    Proclamation of Accession of King Charles III

    We are deeply saddened by the news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and one of our team, partner Catherine Lloyd, Under Sheriff of Kent has had a formal role in proceedings locally. We asked Catherine to explain her role and how she felt on such a momentous ...

  • Wednesday 20th July 2022

    Successful Wine Weekend showcases Kent’s growing wine sector

    Maidstone’s first ever Wine Weekend was held on Saturday 16th July at Sessions House, County Hall. The event was a successful collaboration between town centre businesses, One Maidstone, Kent County Council, English wine producers and Gullands. The event originated from an idea by Blair ...

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