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  • Monday 1st July 2019

    Are new Directors aware of their duties?

    Many young businesses are more relaxed in their approach to business life, but how many directors of such businesses fully understand the need to accurately record and minute decision making at a board level and the future consequences if they don’t? Company directors need to be fully ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Welcome to InBrief Spring/Summer 2019

    This edition of In Brief highlights Wills Week on page 3, which is taking place in June and we are delighted to have teamed up with Royal British Legion Industries to support their excellent work. If you need to make a Will or update an existing Will then why not use this opportunity and help raise ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Garden Life Marquee

    Look out for Gullands at The Kent County Show, 5-7 July 2019, as we are delighted this year to be sponsors of the Garden Life Marquee, which is home to the floral displays and main flower show. It is also home to the Kent Federation of Horticultural Societies which runs competitions for members. ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Gullands backs RBLI Let’s Make A Will campaign

    Gullands has teamed up with Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) to promote the importance of having a Will as part of the charity’s celebration of supporting former military personnel and the disabled for the past 100 years. Five law firms in Kent including Gullands, has agreed to each ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    House buying timeline

    When buying or selling a residential property a question we are often asked is how long will it take? The answer to that is it really depends on many factors including how many parties are involved in the ‘chain’ and there are certain steps which have to take place. But, there are some ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Vegan awareness in the workplace

    Employers may need to do more to consider the needs of their vegan employees and ensure they are being treated with respect, otherwise they risk falling foul of the Equality Act 2010. Recent research published by Personnel Today showed that 48% of employers currently do nothing to accommodate ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Have you read the Charity Digital Code of Practice?

    Over 4 billion people worldwide use the internet and 3.2 billion are on social media therefore charities of all size need to carefully consider their own digital presence and the skills of their teams and trustees to widen the audiences they reach and therefore increase their ability to reach out, ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    No fault divorces to be introduced

    The Government has announced that no-fault divorces are to become law in the UK as soon as parliamentary time becomes available. This follows a widespread consultation which took place in 2018 on reforming the law, and there was considerable support for changes to be made, to help make divorce less ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Heart of Kent Hospice brings first-ever art trail to Maidstone

    We are delighted to be the very first business in Maidstone to sign up to support a spectacular, public art installation, which is coming to the town in the summer of 2020. The initiative is a collaboration between Heart of Kent Hospice, creative event producers Wild in Art and independent ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    In the heart of the county town

    Gullands can trace its roots back over 100 years and we have been at our Mill Street offices since the late 1940’s, building our offices on the site of the previous buildings which were destroyed during the war. We are delighted to continue to support the town centre and the many other ...

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