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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Sarah's Static Cycle

Sarah says:
This year I really want to make a difference and give something back – Barnardo’s is such a worthy cause and it’s an honour to be a part of it and take on The Bucket List Challenge. I became inspired having recently read the story of Dr Barnardo and learning of his courage and determination to make a difference to the world. He gave up his dreams to stay and help children in London which motivated me to do something out of my comfort zone and something that represented him.
In October 7 2017, I, alongside a leading Strength and Conditioning Coach, will cycle “virtually” from QualitySolicitors Chapman & Chubb’s office in Derbyshire to The Ragged Museum in London, where Dr Barnardo began dedicating himself to helping children in desperate need.

My coach has very kindly agreed to train me during the next 9 months to get me ready for the 160 mile static cycle.

You will be able to follow our challenge via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and through the local radio – all social media addresses will be added to our Just Giving page QSChapmanChubb - Just Giving 

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Another satisfied customer

Praise for our conveyancers ...........
 "Very efficient and professional. Also we were on a tight deadline (along with dates due to stamp duty changes) and the team worked long hours in their personal time to make sure we completed on time."

Keyworth, Nottingham

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Buy to Let - Stamp Duty

George Osborne’s plans to impose a Stamp Duty surcharge on “Buy To Let” and other additional properties looks set to come into force on 1 April 2016.

Anyone buying a second property (which isn’t or doesn’t replace their main residence) after that date will be subject to a further Stamp Duty charge of 3% in addition to all existing Stamp Duty. This even covers properties over £40,000 which previously were exempt from stamp duty.

Monday, 21 December 2015

Email Scam

This is a new email scam currently doing the rounds being sent to Apple, Amazon, and ebay users, it consists of the following lines or somerhing similar:

If you click on the link to the form mentioned the sender then has direct access to your account information and bank details.

The person who informed us said “My brother in law had one from ebay at the weekend for a pair of gap teenager jeans .  He knew it was a scam immediately as he is 70!!   But there are a number of people who have fallen for it.  Don’t be one of them!!”