Georgesons do it for free!
Georgesons offered their services, free of charge, to clients who wanted to make a Will and, in exchange, they made a donation to the Red Cross Manchester Emergency Fund.
Bruce de Wert, Principal of the firm, said “Manchester was a terrible tragedy. We wanted to do something to help.” The Red Cross, in accepting the donation said “Thanks for such great fundraising!”
Georgesons donate £2000 for Eden Court’s Arts Education Appeal
A successful appeal by Georgesons has raised an incredible £2000 to help Eden Court’s Arts Education appeal.
Bruce de Wert, Principal of Georgesons along with his Assistant Solicitor, Kimberley Mackay, offered to make people’s wills for free in return for a donation to the Eden Court appeal and was astounded by the response from people in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross and Cromarty.
He said: “I was quite overwhelmed by the generosity of my clients. They responded magnificently to the appeal. Most of our charitable Will work has been for medical or disaster charities but this is different. Eden Court is little known for its role in education. There is a wealth of young Scottish talent out there which needs to be nurtured and, if we could help, then we were happy to give our time free.”
Our photograph shows Bruce, (right), handing the cheque over to David Hunter, Eden Court’s creative worker for Caithness and North Sutherland. David is one of Eden Court’s ten arts specialists who live and work in communities around the Highlands, running workshops in theatre arts for all ages and abilities.
Eden Court’s Make a Will Month raises valuable funds for the theatre’s work. As a registered charity the Theatre relies on donations to help offer an outstanding programme of theatre, music, dance, film and arts education.
Looking on are some of Georgesons’ staff, from left, Kimberley Mackay, Melissa Gow, Diane Sutherland, Meghan Blackwood, Aimee Parker and Helen McDonald.
Georgesons opens new offices in Tain
Alasdair Rhind and Jamie Stone, Councillors, opened Georgesons Solicitors and Property Shop on the High Street of Tain on 8th April 2014.
Present, Alasdair Rhind, Jamie Stone (Councillors) Bruce de Wert, Solicitor and Principal of Georgesons, Karen Robertson, Estate Agent, Nicola Ward, Estate Agent together with Finlay MacGregor and George Lipp who assisted in the refurbishment of the premises.
Bruce de Wert said, “Whilst we are unknown in the south Sutherland and Ross and Cromarty areas, we have a large following farther North.
Competition is healthy and with our Wick, Tain and Thurso offices, we can now confidently claim to cover the North of Scotland. We hope to offer something entirely new, the Georgesons way, to Ross and Cromarty and Sutherland with our use of modern methods including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, as well as our easy to use Solicitors and Estate Agents websites”
Alasdair Rhind said:- “I welcome a new entrant into the local Solicitors and Estate Agent’s market. That Georgesons are investing is just another indication that this area is progressing”.