Justice Service for the County of Kent
Each October, members of the Kent Law Society gather at Canterbury Cathedral for the annual High Sheriff’s Justice Service. Dudley Cramp, consultant at Gullands, joined the procession of solicitors, barristers, judges, civic dignitaries, and other members of the legal profession down the aisle of the Cathedral before partaking in the full choral service, a long-standing tradition of praying to ensure that the High Court Judges are blessed in their work.
Dudley said: “This was the first time I had attended the Justice Service and I will be returning next year in my role as Notary Public. The Dean of Canterbury gave a lovely sermon and Hugo Fenwick, the High Sheriff, delivered an excellent speech. There was a fantastic atmosphere in the Cathedral and it was great to see so many in attendance.”