PRH will be at stand 42 at next weekend’s Rotherham Show
Come and say hello! We have a guess the name of the giant bear competition and free colouring sheets.
We also have a variety of free information packs and advisers on hand to answer all your legal questions!
A Rotherham solicitor is calling on local businesses to join retailers in Purple Tuesday, a charity led initiative aimed at improving the shopping experience for the disabled.
Whilst the event, to be held nationally on 13 November, is aimed at reminding retailers that disabled customers need to be considered, Fiona Shinner, senior partner at Parker Rhodes Hickmotts Solicitors is hoping that the service industry will also get behind the initiative.
Fiona said: “Although the emphasis is on shopping, we should not forget that easy access to essential services is also important.
Parker Rhodes Hickmotts, well known for providing high quality legal services in Yorkshire for over 120 years, is very pleased to announce the appointment of several key members of staff.
Joining their well-established Wills, Trusts and Probate department are Claudia Hall and Karl Taylor.
Claudia is a highly experienced Wills, Trusts and Probate solicitor and is a member of STEP (The Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners).
While Karl has many years’ experience in dealing with complex probate and estate administration cases, including issues related to inheritance tax and trusts.
Joining the firm’s Litigation
PRH Partner and Head of Immigration Christopher Cole competed in the Great Manchester Half Marathon last month raising a fantastic £1792 for the Hospice! Despite the intense heat on the day, Christopher completed the run in a great time of 2 hours and 42 minutes! You can donate to the Rotherham Hospiice here – www.rotherhamhospice.org.uk/donate
Help make sure no child goes without this Christmas by sponsoring a gift as part of Hallam FM’s Mission Christmas at Parker Rhodes Hickmotts Solicitors
1 in 3 children are living in poverty
In 2016 with your amazing support we raised over £1.2 million in gifts and cash and made Christmas special for over 24,300 local children, and we want to do even more this year.
We’re asking you to buy an extra present that we can give to a disadvantaged local child to make their Christmas morning special. We need new and