Christmas 2015

IMG_1291.104153Christmas is here again and the BGW offices are looking very festive. All the staff are looking forward to a well deserved break after what has been a busy and productive year.

It has been pleasing to see  the younger members of our professional team making their mark and establishing their own following. We remain committed to maintaining the highest standards and continually improving the service we offer through training, career development and peer review. The customer feedback we have received throughout the year has been excellent and this is the best measurement of our success.

We have overhauled and updated our website to make it easier to navigate and to get in touch with us. Do click the link on this newsletter to go to the site and have a look around.

Traditionally, Christmas is the time of year to be thankful so….

A big thank you to all our staff whose energy, enthusiasm and diligence enables us to provide the service of which we are justly proud.

Thanks also go to our professional and other business contacts. We have very much enjoyed working with you this year and we hope to do more in 2016.

Most of all we give sincere thanks to our Clients. Whether regular or occasional, we value each and every one and we are touched by the loyalty shown by those that return to us, sometimes after several years, because they remember our good service. We are grateful to all of you and wish you all a very happy Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year.

Finally, we attach a photo taken at our Christmas bash earlier this month which proves that lawyers do indeed know how to party. Can you identify Father Christmas and his Elf?

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