The celebration was held next door at Francesca Maffeo Gallery, which is currently presenting an exhibition by David Chancellor, ‘Handle Like Eggs’.
The display looks at a variety of themes, namely love and loss, and life and death, and has various different images including a mountain lion hunting in Utah and photographs of David’s wife and son in a hotel room in Zurich.
The event itself saw an excellent turnout, with clients and contacts alike joining us to celebrate the fact that our legal services are now even more accessible to the Essex community. Sushi and prosecco were in abundance whilst our colleagues networked alongside the fantastic artwork offered up by the gallery.
Working out of Space 282, our new office facilities are in an excellent location, close to an array of restaurants and coffee shops and with Leigh Old Town just a short walk away. On street parking is available free of charge up to two hours, whilst Chalkwell and Leigh train stations are just a ten-minute walk away.
Why we chose Leigh-On-Sea
Speaking to our Managing Partner Philip Cockram about why we decided to expand into Leigh-On-Sea, he notes “we place great emphasis on client feedback, and the accessibility of our services has always a key factor for clients when choosing us. We already offer extended opening hours, late nights and Saturday mornings, so the next step was of course to extend our location”.