Thor­n­ey­croft direc­tor raises £1,047.50 for Head­way

Macclesfield Express - - BRIAN OLLIER: A TRIBUTE -

MARK Belfield, direc­tor of Thor­n­ey­croft So­lic­i­tors, un­der­took the Great Manch­ester Run back in May to raise money for Head­way. Head­way is the UK-wide char­ity that works to im­prove life af­ter brain in­jury. It pro­vides sup­port, ser­vices and in­for­ma­tion to brain in­jury sur­vivors, their families and car­ers, and also to pro­fes­sion­als in the health and le­gal fields. Mark heads up the cat­a­strophic in­jury team at Thor­n­ey­croft So­lic­i­tors, spe­cial­ists in deal­ing with brain in­jury claims, and deals with Head­way to help the sup­port and re­cov­ery of his clients. Mark pre­sented the fundrais­ing cheque for £1,047.50 at the Stock­port branch of­fice to Janet Penny, chair­per­son for Stock­port and Manch­ester Head­way. Help­ing raise the money were busi­ness part­ners of Thor­n­ey­croft, as well as friends, fam­ily and peo­ple whose lives have been af­fected by brain in­jury. Mark said: “Head­way is a char­ity close to my heart as it has played such an im­por­tant role in the re­cov­ery of many of my clients. See­ing first-hand the work it does at the Stock­port branch of­fice was re­ally in­spir­ing. The or­gan­i­sa­tion de­pends pre­dom­i­nantly on vol­un­teers and do­na­tions and the re­ac­tion I re­ceived made my do­na­tion feel in­cred­i­bly worth­while.” Head­way has a net­work of cen­tres around the coun­try of­fer­ing ad­vice, in­for­ma­tion, ac­tiv­i­ties and a lis­ten­ing ear. It of­fers an op­por­tu­nity to so­cialise, make new friends and try new ac­tiv­i­ties. The char­ity pro­vides a range of in­for­ma­tion, ad­vice and sign­post­ing. To find out more about Head­way you can visit its web­site www. head­way.org.uk

Pri­vate client team ex­pands with re­cruit­ment of new con­veyanc­ing solic­i­tor

Thor­n­ey­croft So­lic­i­tors has re­cruited a new con­veyanc­ing solic­i­tor, Neil Wil­son, to join its busy con­veyanc­ing team in Mac­cles­field. Neil has ex­pe­ri­ence in many as­pects of prop­erty law in­clud­ing res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial mat­ters with a keen fo­cus on the sale and pur­chase of busi­ness premises, un­de­vel­oped land, com­mer­cial leases (act­ing for both land­lord and ten­ant) and prop­erty fi­nance. Neil works closely with es­tate agents, fi­nan­cial ad­vi­sors and clients to en­sure trans­ac­tions are proac­tively pro­gressed as quickly and as smoothly as pos­si­ble. This prac­ti­cal client­based ap­proach is un­der­pinned by his com­ple­tion of a 2:1 hon­ours de­gree and a post-grad­u­ate law de­gree at MMU. Th­ese qual­i­fi­ca­tions will prove ex­tremely ben­e­fi­cial as Thor­n­ey­croft So­lic­i­tors is CQS-ac­cred­ited, in­cor­po­rat­ing the most up to date ap­pli­ca­tion of le­gal prin­ci­ples and pro­to­col, as well as com­pli­ance with the re­quire­ments of lenders and le­gal reg­u­la­tors. If you are buy­ing or sell­ing a home, Thor­n­ey­croft So­lic­i­tors of­fers con­veyanc­ing for just £400 plus VAT on prop­er­ties up to £500,000. To dis­cuss your re­quire­ments, con­tact Neil or Amy on 01625 503444.

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