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Wilkin Chapman Solicitors, Grimsby
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On Friday 14 August, Mark Carlton, senior partner, and James Marsden, senior solicitor, embarked on a 115 mile charity bike ride.

The sponsored bike ride will see the pair of cyclists stop off at all 9 of our offices. The intrepid duo have an early morning start from Lincoln, cycling their way to Horncastle, then onto Alford, Sutton-on-Sea, Mablethorpe, Louth and our 2 Grimsby offices, before finishing at Beverley.

The cycle ride is in aid of 5 local charities: 
• Leukaemia Research
• Dove House Hospice
• Beverley Consolidated Charity
• Beverley Community Lift
• Kickstart Teenage & Young Adult Cancer 

Mark and James have set their sights on raising £3,000 in much-needed funds for these charities, and you can help them reach their target by donating online at: https://www.sponsorme.co.uk/wilkinchapman/branch-to-branch-charity-bike-ride.aspx
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If you're considering a career in law, we're recruiting for trainee legal executives/paralegals to work in our nationally recognised recoveries team based in Grimsby. 
Closing date for applications is 9am on 24 August
Find out more at:  ow.ly/QyMNR #legaljobs #jobs #vacancies
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Our senior partner, Mark Carlton, is flexing his muscles for charity once more! 
This time, he's joined by senior solicitor, James Marsden, and they're embarking on a mammoth 115 mile bike ride, visiting all 9 of our offices, including Alford. The determined duo set off in 2 weeks' time from our Grimsby, New Oxford House office and will be cycling to all our branches, before finishing in Beverley.
To help them reach their fundraising target you can donate online at: http://ow.ly/QjFVV
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The heat is on for landlords, due to the implementation of the Heat Network (Metering & Billing) Regulations 2014, which have come into force. In her latest blog article, Ruth Brewin, partner and head of commercial property, explores what these regulations will mean for landlords. http://ow.ly/PWHEA
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