Amber Sound News
Local solicitors make community donation
Local solicitors, Ellis-Fermor & Negus, are celebrating the 1st anniversary of their Belper office by donating £366, one pound for every day the office has been open, to local charity The Belper Cottage Project.
Ellis-Fermor & Negus opened the Belper office last June, bringing to the town their reputation of over 100 years of legal service in Amber Valley together with an up to date and innovative approach to handling legal issues.
Richard Whiteley, Associate Director, said: “The Belper community has welcomed us in, so we decided we wanted to give a bit back to mark our anniversary."
The Belper Cottage Project was established to provide an informal, welcoming and friendly place for people to meet.
George Wharmby, Amber Sound FM News
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