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Changes At The Castle Cary Office

Exciting changes are happening at our Castle Cary Office.

At BGW part of our recruitment strategy is to take on Trainee Solicitors.  During the two-year training period our Trainees are carefully mentored and provided with the professional skills and experience that they need to perform as Solicitors in the current, highly demanding, environment.  They also become familiar with the firm’s ethos, which is to provide the highest quality legal representation to business and private clients alike.

We are very pleased to say that Lucy Ingram, who has been with us since 2014, qualified as a Solicitor on 1 June.  Since qualification Lucy has worked at the Shepton Mallet office but our builders, painters and decorators have been working furiously to create additional working space at our Castle Cary office so that, with effect from this month Lucy has transferred to that office and will work alongside Robin Weelen who has been the only Solicitor at that office for more years than he cares to mention (albeit ably assisted by his excellent support staff).

Furthermore, Gemma Wilton has recently returned from maternity leave and is completing her training as a Legal Executive.  Gemma has a particular interest and expertise in Family Law and will be working alongside Robin and Lucy at Castle Cary.

The contractors have done a first-rate job (for which we thank them) and we are looking forward to providing the improved service that Lucy and Gemma will enable us to provide from the Castle Cary Office.

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