The New Year period is a time for reflection and planning for most people – and here at Edward Hands & Lewis, it’s no different.
We had a great year in 2012, and were able to do great things for our chosen charities – the Alzheimer’s Society and the Sick Children’s Trust – and for other worthy causes.
June saw our team cycle 90 miles fromLeicesterto Skegness, taking our fundraising total on JustGiving alone to £745 in 2012.
In October, an extra Halloween fundraising day made almost £200 for local hospice LOROS, as EHL teamed together in response to some sad news about our former and much-loved colleague Marian.
And we’re not stopping there – 2013 is a chance for us to do more good through our (often fairly harebrained) fundraising activities, which could potentially include a bike ride throughCambodiafor charity or members of EHL appearing on a game show. Watch this space!
Back in the springtime, we moved to our beautiful new offices at The Old School Rooms,Loughborough Road, Leicester, which we’ve fully refurbished to make them perfect for us and our clients.
We’ve grown rapidly – staff numbers increased by 50% over the course of the year – and are already eyeing up the site’s annex buildings for future expansion in 2013.
Our other offices are still going from strength to strength, and in early 2013 we will launch our new Union Wharf office in Market Harborough (more details about that below).
As always, our first commitment is to our clients, and as we continue to launch new services and respond to customer demand, we will also continue to grow to handle the new demands on our capacity.
We’re keeping a watchful eye on any developments in family law (again, see below for more details) and any further mis-selling scandals in the banking and insurance industries.
And whatever 2013 brings, we’re on your side – whatever your case may be.
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