Conveyancing services praised at Museum event
Gullands Solicitors held a spring drinks reception for 130 guests, including members of the Kent property community at Maidstone Museum on Wednesday 9 May.
Guests enjoyed a special opportunity to view the recently opened and highly acclaimed Museum extension, with its new galleries and famous Japanese Art Collection.
The occasion was also a celebration for Stephen Tomlinson and Nicholas Long as they retired from Gullands’ residential conveyancing team, having been with the firm for 49 and 44 years respectively.
Thanking everybody for their support over the previous 12 months and Stephen and Nicholas for their long and distinguished service to Gullands, Chairman Blair Gulland said:
“Our drinks reception was a fantastic opportunity for the firm to involve its clients and friends, and for a wide range of clients and friends to meet and chat. Much talk was about the sense of optimism that the business community in the town is well placed to continue to grow and develop despite the current economic challenges. It was also a wonderful opportunity to bid a fond farewell to old friends Stephen and Nicholas and celebrate the skills being brought to our conveyancing services by their successors.”