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  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Sing to Beat

    Whatever your age, there are many benefits to singing in a group. They include many which are health related and there are many papers to support this, as well as the opportunity to get out, meet new people and form new friendships. Canterbury Cantata Trust is working locally to run and ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Ebbsfleet Executives Club

    Earlier this year we teamed up with Caxtons, Wilkins Kennedy and Ebbsfleet United Football Club to sponsor and host the first Ebbsfleet Executives Club networking meeting, held at the Kufflink Stadium, Ebbsfleet. Around 80 local business executives heard from Ian Piper, Chief Executive of ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Running for a good cause

    Gullands Solicitors was delighted to sponsor Susie Butler who took part in The 2019 London Marathon, her first marathon which she ran to celebrate her 40th birthday and to also raise funds for The Dementia Revolution. Susie is the Estates Manager at Hidden Hearing, a Maidstone organisation and ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Walking for the hospice

    Father and son James and Ben Shiells not only work together at Gullands, but on 19th May they they walked 26.2 miles from the Tower of London, starting at 8am and finishing at Ellenor Hospice in Coldharbour Road, Gravesend later the same day. Ben Shiells comments: “Dad and I are both ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    Changeling Theatre summer 2019 programme

    We are delighted to once again support the Changeling Theatre’s open-air performances and this year there are a number of dates and venues around the county and London where you can see one of their performances of Nell Gwynn, a play by Jessica Swale or Shakespeare’s Winter’s ...

  • Tuesday 18th June 2019

    New partners announced

    Gullands is delighted to announce the promotion to partner of Marianne Webb and Catherine Lloyd. Marianne is now head of the commercial department which she joined as an associate solicitor in 2015. Marianne specialises in Charity Law, Commercial Property and general Commercial Law. Catherine ...

  • Tuesday 9th April 2019

    A step closer to no fault divorces

    The justice secretary David Gauke announced (8 February) that no-fault divorces are to become law in the UK. This follows a consultation which took place in 2018 on reforming the law, and there was widespread support for changes to be made, to help make divorce less confrontational and ...

  • Tuesday 9th April 2019

    Later life divorce and retirement planning

    The divorce rate amongst older couples is rising here in the UK. According to figures from the Office of National Statistics, divorce has increased by more than 20% in the over 60’s in the last decade. It is therefore essential that separating couples think about retirement and how they will ...

  • Friday 29th March 2019

    Gullands takes part in charity clay shoot

    Gullands were delighted to field two teams who took part in a charity clay shoot which has helped raise £3,801 for The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) and a £500 donation to Hospice in the Weald. The event took place at the West Kent Shooting School, Tonbridge on Friday ...

  • Thursday 28th March 2019

    Suspending an Employee: An Update

    Employers became concerned when the High Court allowed the appeal of an employee with regard to the issue of suspension. As reported back in our January 2018 Brief, the case that was decided then made it clear that employers should be very careful before automatically imposing a period of ...

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