Traveline Cymru keep students on the move

By Raspberry Jim,

As university students gear up for this year’s university Freshers fairs and festivities, Traveline Cymru is touring Welsh universities to help keep students up to date on travel discounts. 

This month, the public transport information service will make its way around universities in Wales to help new students get to grips with their surroundings in new towns and cities. 

The Traveline Cymru team will be making appearances at over 20 colleges and universities across Wales throughout September; including Bangor, Cardiff, Aberystwyth and Swansea. 

As new students adjust to life in new surroundings, they will have access to bespoke travel services such as myunijourney and mytravelpass. 

Filled with transport information and essential travel tips, myunijourney is a helpful online guide which includes a journey planner from their local campus, bus stop information and student ticketing.  

Traveline will also be promoting mytravelpass- a discounted bus travel scheme entitling young people aged 16-21 to at least a third off bus fare prices anywhere in Wales.

Jo Foxall, Managing Director of Traveline Cymru said:

“Starting university is one of the most exciting and stressful times of a young person’s life.  It can be incredibly daunting to be away from home, especially in an unfamiliar town or city.  

“We want to encourage students, both new and existing, to make the most out of the public transport services in their area, and we’re on hand to help them discover what options are available to them as they start to get their bearings. 

“We’ll be attending universities across the country over the next few weeks, which is the perfect time for students to come and chat to us and find out all about initiatives such as myunijourney and mytravelpass.” 

“For many students, it’s about knowing what transport options are available to them, and Traveline are there to help them find the information they need.” 

myunijourney information is available at and mytravelpass at

Miskin nurse shortlisted for Wales-wide award

By Raspberry Jim,

A nurse from Miskin working at a specialist hospital in Cardiff for adults with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour and/or mental illness is “over the moon” to have been shortlisted in prestigious Wales-wide Awards, which celebrate excellence across the Wales care sector.

Claire Wilson, Clinical Lead at Pinetree Hospital in Rumney, has been shortlisted in the Nurse of the Year category at the Wales Care Awards.

Mrs Wilson from Miskin outside Cowbridge, has been working at Pinetree Hospital since 2012 and progressed from Unit Manager to Clinical Lead within the last two years.

She was nominated for the Award as she has excelled within her role over the last two years and made hugely beneficial changes to the running of the hospital.

She has proved to be invaluable in the daily running of Pinetree Hospital, overseeing all the nursing, medication, first aid, training, and clinical standards monitoring which has helped the hospital to achieve the highest QAIT ratings.

She has fundamentally overhauled the hospital and set new standards of excellence in practice. She has been crucial in implementing robust clinical practices, training both nurses and doctors, and updating the recording of medication to create a more effective and efficient system.

Located close to Cardiff city centre, Pinetree is a specialist Learning Disability facility which provides individually tailored assessment and treatment for adults with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour and mental illness in need of intensive treatment, therapy and active rehabilitation within a safe and therapeutic environment.

The “highly prestigious” annual Wales Care Awards attracts 450 delegates from the care sector and recognises “commitment to the industry”. This year the awards will take place at City Hall, Cardiff, on Friday 18th October.

On being shortlisted, Mrs Wilson said:

“After starting as a Unit Manager at Pinetree Hospital in 2012 and becoming Clinical Lead it has been a privilege to work alongside wonderful members of staff and patients.

“Pinetree Hospital is a very important place to me, and the welfare of our patients is always at the forefront of my mind.

“I am delighted to be considered for the Wales Care Awards and hope that being shortlisted will raise the profile of Pinetree Hospital as an exceptional care facility.

“We reflect the Ludlow Street Healthcare belief that all those entrusted to our care are capable of progress and development and that positive change can be achieved for all.  

“We recognise how important quality of life is to a person’s recovery and we have worked hard as a team to create an environment which promotes rehabilitation and community integration.

“I’m looking forward to the Awards and am keeping everything crossed for a successful night.”

David Lawrence, CEO, of Ludlow Street Healthcare said:

“We are very proud of the work Claire has done at Pinetree Hospital and of what she has achieved in such a short amount of time.

“She has impacted every aspect of care throughout the hospital, with her expertise not only enhancing the daily needs of our service users but supporting the development of her colleagues and staff too.

“The Wales Care Awards are a celebration of excellence across the Wales care sector and Claire has truly set the standard for service provision in every respect and we as an organisation have thrived thanks to her innovative and determined attitude.”

Local cameras for local derby – Sony UK TEC make history with Bridgend’s first televised football match

By Raspberry Jim,

Pencoed-based Sony UK Technology Centre (TEC) helped make history recently when it manufactured professional broadcasting equipment for Bridgend’s first live broadcast football match.

The much-anticipated derby match between Penybont FC and Barry Town Utd took place last weekend and was attended by a group of seven Sony UK TEC team players who were able to see the state-of-the-art cameras in action.

The game coverage was provided by Sony UK TEC customers, NEP Cymru, and was shown live on S4C via satellite link on Friday night.

The game marked the first time that Penybont FC has played in the Welsh Premier League following an undefeated league campaign season.

The team unfortunately suffered a 2-1 defeat, but nevertheless the match was historic for both the club, the town, and Sony UK TEC.

The manufacturing giant is an avid supporter and sponsor of the club, with the Managing Director of the facility, Steve Dalton OBE, having previously sat on the board. As such, manufacturing the camera equipment for this broadcast milestone was a significant moment in their partnership.

Rob Wilson, Director of Sony UK TEC, said:

“We are extremely proud that the top-quality cameras produced in our facility here in Pencoed were used for the first broadcast of a Bridgend local derby.

“We are committed to producing quality products that place us at the forefront of manufacturing innovation and excellence globally. We are proud of our team and how they have evolved to deliver high end professional cameras, therefore being a part of this historical moment for the local community was a fantastic accolade for Sony UK TEC.”

Alan Whitely, Member of the Board at Penybont FC, said:

“Although we are disappointed that we lost the fixture, it was a huge moment for us to have a match televised live. We are incredibly proud of all our players and staff who have worked tirelessly to get us to this point.”

Anthony Davies, also Member of the Board at Penybont FC, added:

“We would also like to thank Sony UK TEC for its continued support. Along with Steve Dalton’s role on the board in the past, the business has made a real difference to the club with their sponsorship over the years. Being a part of this history has created a special memory for the club that will stay with both the players and staff for a lifetime.”

Sony UK TEC is a socially aware business that seeks to minimise its impact on the environment, supports its local community through charity work and sponsorship, and has the welfare of its staff at the heart of its operation.

Its sponsorship of Penybont FC is one of several ways it supports the local community through supporting local community projects, NHS and healthcare charities, children’s charities, educational projects, sports clubs, local schools and local cultural projects.

Garrison Barclay welcome new tenants WRU and Bay Shipping to Cardiff Edge Business Park

By Raspberry Jim,

Expanding property development and investment company Garrison Barclay Estates has welcomed the Welsh Rugby Union and Bay Shipping into its newly refurbished offices at Cardiff Edge Business Park.

The Cardiff-based firm, founded by Andrew McCarthy, purchased the 27-acre site in March 2018.

Previous owners GE Healthcare retain 111,000 sq. ft under a 10-year lease agreement, with Garrison Barclay Estates bringing to market the remaining 70,000 sq. ft of vacant buildings.

Over the last year, Garrison Barclay Estates has invested in creating modern, high-specification office suites and top of the range laboratory space.

The Welsh Rugby Union has relocated from its previous base at the Principality Stadium to a brand new 1,000 sq. ft office. Similarly, Bay Shipping has moved from Cardiff Bay to a new 1,550 sq. ft office on a new five-year lease.

Both tenants will benefit from newly refurbished offices that have been completely re-decorated with new flooring, wiring, air conditioning, toilet and shower facilities.

Chris Terry, Associate Director of Office Agency at Cushman & Wakefield, who represented the landlord commented:

“Following the recent acquisition of Cardiff Edge Business Park, Garrison Barclay Estates has speculatively completed comprehensive refurbishment works to provide tenants high quality office accommodation set within a secure landscaped environment with generous car parking less than a minutes’ drive from Coryton roundabout, J32 of the M4 Motorway.  

“Upon viewing the refurbished offices, Bay Shipping and the WRU were keen to immediately agree terms to secure the office suites. The lettings clearly demonstrate the continued demand from office occupiers seeking high specification office accommodation in close proximity to the M4 motorway and only 10 minutes’ drive from Cardiff city centre.

“As a further sign of confidence in the product at Cardiff Edge, Cushman & Wakefield has terms agreed with two other occupiers totalling some 11,500 sq. ft which is due to sign imminently. In addition, there is firm interest from a number of other prospective tenants, and we anticipate full occupation of the remaining refurbished offices within the next few months.”

Kevin Parker, Finance Manager at Bay Shipping, said:

“Since its incorporation in 1992, Bay Shipping has always been located in Cardiff Bay.  Over the years the business has grown and is now part of the John Good Group, offering port agency and chartering services. With a specific emphasis on ports in the Bristol Channel including Cardiff, Newport, Swansea and Bristol, it made sense to position ourselves closer to the M4 Motorway to improve accessibility to these ports.

“Having looked at several other premises, we were delighted to stumble across a Cushman & Wakefield advert for the GE Healthcare site, recently purchased by Garrison Barclay Estates.  It was clear the office complex had been refurbished to a high standard with ample parking, good security and other amenities. The office space itself provides a very modern, bright environment with a high-quality finish. The decision to move, therefore, was an easy one and our team is benefiting greatly from a prime location and the overall surroundings.”

With plans to make Cardiff Edge Business Park a hub for life science businesses, current availability at Cardiff Edge Business Park sees 46,000 sq. ft of lab space available, along with 6,500 sq. ft at The Innovation Village and 3,060 sq. ft within the Cromlin East building.

Andrew McCarthy, founder of Garrison Barclay Estates, said:

“We are pleased to welcome our new tenants to Cardiff Edge Business Park. The interest we have had from prospective tenants thus far has been extremely promising. The site is in the perfect location and offers businesses quality office and laboratory space. We are happy to have two large Welsh corporations join us as tenants and look forward to welcoming future tenants.”

ScoutsCymru helps children of prison inmates gain skills for life

By Raspberry Jim,

A pilot scheme launched in Wales sees Scouting take a lead role in the wellbeing of young people with family members in prison.

ScoutsCymru, alongside the family team at G4S, has established a group for young people who visit family members at HMP Parc Prison in Bridgend.

With the aim of giving all young people in Wales skills for life and removing the barriers to participation, the pilot scheme has seen more than 50 young girls and boys from across south Wales take part in activities including first aid, healthy eating, writing and performing a play, team building activities and learning about Scouting in other countries.

Most recently, a milestone for the group was the successful organisation of a series of sessions outside the prison itself that included shelter building, outdoor cooking and fire lighting.

Planning is now in motion for new children to join the group as those with parents who have completed their sentences have left. The group has also been granted use of the prison gym which will allow climbing sessions to be run as well as a sports day which will directly involve the prisoners.

Corin Morgan-Armstrong from HMP Parc Prison’s family unit, which was set up in 2006 to create an environment that encourages repairing, enhancing and maintaining positive relationships with family members left behind following a conviction, said:

“Young people visiting family members at HMP Parc Prison come from diverse communities across South Wales but are united in having a large part of their time devoted to visiting the prison on both weekday evenings and at weekends.

“For this, and many other reasons, they are less likely to participate in Scouting, a movement with the ability to change lives.

“As a team, we are committed to improving the lives of families and reducing reoffending, this is achieved by working with a wide range of outside organisations, such as ScoutsCymru. We’re delighted with how the pilot schemes have run and we’re looking forward to formalising the Group.”

From the initial pilot sessions, it was discovered that there is a genuine need and demand for Scouting within the community of young people visiting family members in prison.

Chris Matthews, Scouting Support Officer at ScoutsCymru, has been involved with the programme since its inception. He said:

“A key part of ScoutsCymru’s vision is to be inclusive and diverse. Every young person deserves the opportunity to take part in Scouting and there has been huge focus on removing barriers to participation, whatever they may be.

“Being involved with this project has been a humbling experience. The young people who have joined the group spend a huge part of their free time being security searched multiple times a week and only seeing their loved ones in a high security facility. It takes a huge toll on them at such a young age.

“Scouting has offered them an outlet to connect with other young people who are going through the exact same thing. They have also been able to spend time with their families taking part in activities and just having fun. It’s been great to see families come together and learn to connect again.”

ScoutsCymru gives over 14,000 young people in Wales the opportunity to enjoy fun and adventure while developing the skills they need to succeed, now and in the future. Open to all young people in Wales regardless of faith, gender, sexual orientation, race or social background, the movement encourages its members to do more, learn more and be more.

Cardiff Bus appoints new Operations and Commercial Director

By Raspberry Jim,

Cardiff Bus has announced that Gareth Stevens has been appointed as the operators new Operations and Commercial Director.

A well-known expert within the bus industry, Gareth Stevens has been promoted to the role after spending the last six years as the operator’s Commercial Manager.

On his appointment Mr Stevens said:

“I am delighted to have been promoted to this role. Having started in the public transport industry at a young age, I’m grateful to have had the opportunity to see and experience the improvements made to bus travel, and to be involved with developing and implementing these changes at different levels.

“I feel passionately about this role and I’m focussed on ensuring best practice delivery, alongside legislative compliance and the maximisation of efficiencies, effectiveness and quality.

Cynthia Ogbonna, Managing Director of Cardiff Bus, said:

“I am delighted that Gareth has been appointed our Commercial and Operations Director. Gareth bring exceptional skills, knowledge and experience of the transport industry. He will complement a strong executive team and will play a key role in driving forward our strategy.

Cardiff Bus is the major provider of bus services within the Cardiff area, with 700 employees and 220 vehicles.

Union “dissatisfied” with “sham” consultation over redundancies at Allied Bakeries’ Cardiff factory

By Raspberry Jim,

Three men stood infront of a factory with the Kingsmill logo behind them

The Allied Bakeries’ factory in Cardiff, which produces Kingsmill bread, is set to halt bread production in mid September and become a logistics depot, with a potential loss of 185 jobs.

The bakery has been running since 1971 at its Maes-y-Coed Rd site and the union representing its workers have fought “tirelessly” in the hope of keeping bread production open and saving jobs.

However Allied Bakeries have now announced that the consultation with the union is “at an end” and that bread production will halt next month on 13th September.

John James, Organising Regional Secretary for Number 2 Region of the Bakers Food & Allied Workers Union, has been leading negotiations on behalf of the union along with the local union branch committee.

Mr James says:

“We are very dissatisfied with the consultation.

“We believe that it has not been meaningful and has been a sham as the company did not enter into the consultation with an open mind.

“It was apparent that they had already made their decision.

“They have also failed to supply the union with the information that we need to assess the decision and consult with them on whether there are any other options available. It will be a very sad day for Cardiff if bread production is to finish at the bakery after so many years and more should be done to help to prevent some or all of the job losses.”

Mr James has since contacted ACAS (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service), and with support from Cardiff based law firm Watkins & Gunn, intends to take legal action on behalf of his members against Allied Bakeries.

Clive Thomas, Managing Partner of Watkins & Gunn, who have represented the union for over 30 years, said:

“Meaningful consultation and the disclosure of information to facilitate this is vital in any redundancy situation. The union need this information so that they can consult meaningfully with the company to find ways to avoid the redundancies or at least keep them to a minimum.”

“Due to the absence of any meaningful consultation due to Allied Bakeries’ refusal to provide the required information, we are instructed to issue a claim for a Protective Award, initially to ACAS under their early conciliation scheme, and, if necessary, to take it to the Employment Tribunal”

A company spokesman from Allied Bakeries has said:

“Earlier this year Allied Bakeries announced the loss of a major own-label bakery contract, following which we have undertaken a detailed review of our bakery network to optimise our production capacity, locations and routes to market.”

“If these proposals are accepted it will regrettably result in some redundancies and we understand that this announcement will be unsettling for our colleagues in Cardiff.

“If these changes go ahead we will provide support to anyone impacted to help them find a new job, either at another Allied Bakeries’ site, or elsewhere in the local community.

“Unfortunately, bread is in decline in the UK and an excess of bread manufacturing means that bakery closures are a consequence of that, coupled with the big retailers wanting cheaper products that are dictated to by cost rather than the quality of the product.”

Watkins & Gunn are experienced trade union lawyers and offer a wide range of legal services from their offices in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypool.

New Patent Analytics Service supports the innovation of UK businesses

By Raspberry Jim,

Photograph of Matthew Veale of Wynne-Jones IP, smiling and standing against a red background

UK businesses looking to maximise and future-proof the commercial success of their innovations can now get an in-depth picture of the market, competitors, opportunities and risks thanks to a brand-new service launched by Wynne-Jones IP.

The intellectual property firm, which has offices in Cardiff, Cheltenham and London, has launched a Patent Analytics Service giving clients an insight into the patent landscape to support them in making informed decisions about their business strategies.

Headed up by Matthew Veale, who has a search specialist background, the team will be using PatSnap and a suite of other state-of-the-art patent analytic tools to deliver a tailored and detailed service.

Supporting Matthew is a dedicated team of IP attorneys and IP paralegals with specialist search skills, who collectively have an in depth understanding of the client’s business plans and technology enabling them to provide tailored advice, contextualised for the client’s business environment.

The new service will ensure that businesses avoid the pitfall of investing in technology that is already patented by other companies and in turn will avoid costly wrong investment.

In addition, it can also be used proactively to identify gaps in IP protection in a profitable technical field so that inventions can be focussed towards these areas and made proprietary without infringement on another company’s IP.

It will also provide a reassuring check before a product or service launch that the technology is novel and inventive, reducing the risk of infringement allegations from other companies.

Partner Elliott Davies said that this service would be vital to businesses looking to tap into established or emerging markets, helping them to uncover new opportunities or identify weaknesses in their portfolio.

He said: “Our new Patent Analytics Service is for any businesses which rely on innovation and who want to spend money on IP wisely. Using Analytics will push them ahead of the competition and help keep them there.

“Intellectual property is of vital importance to UK businesses, this service intends to allow businesses to make the most of their innovations. From talking to our existing clients and to IP-rich companies generally we have received the clear message that there is a big demand for better informed IP strategy.

“Every business needs an IP strategy. The only way to make decisions is to have the information. The best way to get information on IP, specifically patents is to use Patent Analytics. Patent Analytics can unlock detailed insights to help forward plan and create profitable IP and Research & Development strategies.

“It not only identifies any potential risks to the patent’s commercialisation, but also helps the client to focus on, and exploit the most valuable aspects of their product to drive even greater commercial success.”

Specialist Further Education College celebrates student successes

By Raspberry Jim,

A table of Awards at Beechwood College

The success of young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) has been celebrated at a specialist Further Education college in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Beechwood College in Sully, a specialist day and residential service for young people over the age of 16 with an Autism Spectrum or Asperger’s Syndrome has hosted its annual Students’ Awards Day.

The families of 57 day and residential students travelled from across Wales and England to watch the presentation of certificates in a marquee in the College grounds.

Unlike mainstream Further Education establishments, Beechwood College measures success based on completion of learning programmes which incorporate a range of goals set with the students, their families and their existing support workers when they arrive at the College.

These goals can include both achievement of formal qualifications but also the attainment of essential life skills, which are aligned to their current and future needs such as home management skills, as well as their own goals which reflect personal interests such as sport activities.

This year, 63 qualifications were achieved from the awarding body Agored Cymru which were made up of accreditations in Art, Music, Enterprise, Creative Media and Drama and all 57 students achieved non-accredited learning in home cooking skills and leisure activities.

Awards presented this year included an Eco Award for students that have done the most to promote ecological projects, an Entrepreneur Award for students who have run an enterprise scheme and shown the most entrepreneurial skill, and a Work Experience Award for students that have shown the greatest commitment to their work experience opportunity.

Students finishing at Beechwood College this year have met more than 95% of their learning programme goals. 

Angela Kent, Director of Education and Care at Beechwood College said:

“Our Awards Ceremony is a much-anticipated annual recognition of our student successes.

“Our integrated learning approach, which involves the active participation of the education, clinical and residential teams, aims to provide each student with a 24-hour learning environment tailored to their specific needs.

“Our goal is to provide a very broad range of experiences and skills for each individual, preparing them for later life and developing their skills in their areas of interest.

“It is a tribute to the hard work of our students and the efforts of the Beechwood College team that the students have achieved such a broad range of qualifications.

“Our largest ever student group completed Duke of Edinburgh Awards aimed at building confidence and team working skills this year. 9 completed their Bronze Award and 4 completed their Silver Award.

“Learning even the simplest of skills needed to build independence can be challenging for young people with Autism, so we are extremely proud of everyone.”

A parent of one of the students at the College, said:

“Beechwood College staff are keen for students to develop and that is reassuring for us as parents.

“What is very important to us is that Beechwood is a very transparent organisation and we feel our son is in safe hands with them as safeguarding is the number 1 priority for us.

“We see Beechwood as an extension to our house and we are all part of the same family.

“It is so reassuring to find a placement that is so motivated and wants to really help our son progress and be happy and safe.

“Beechwood truly care. As parents that is more important to us than anything.”

Opened in 2004, Beechwood College is a specialist day and residential service for young adults over the age of 16 with a formal diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Condition or Asperger’s Syndrome.

The College is registered with the Welsh Government as a Further Education (FE) College, and with Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW) as a care home for younger adults and students typically attend the college for between 2 and 4 years.

Based upon the principles of TEACCH, PECS and Makaton, the College’s goal is to provide opportunities and experiences for each individual, regardless of ability, to prepare them for later life. The integrated approach to learning has qualified lecturers, residential and clinical teams partnering together so that each student’s personalised education programme is developed and reinforced consistently as a 24-hour learning environment which can lead to formal accreditation.

Beechwood College is part of the South Wales-based Ludlow Street Healthcare Group. Employing more than 1100 staff including extensive clinical teams, Ludlow Street Healthcare is a provider of tailored care solutions for adults over the age of 16 who have a range of complex mental health, personality disorder and physical health needs.

Watkins & Gunn founding key partner in “ground breaking” veteran owned business portal

By Raspberry Jim,

Welsh law firm Watkins & Gunn has become a founding partner in an online portal designed so that the public can specifically find veteran owned businesses.

Veteran Owned UK is the largest UK Online Business Directory for veterans founded by Scott Johnson, a former Royal Engineer Bomb Disposal Engineer, after seeing many similar directories online in the USA.

It was created to support veterans owning businesses by providing the public with a user-friendly directorate to locate businesses supplying products and services specific to the customers’ needs, and now boasts over 950 members. 

The portal is designed to provide veteran owned business with greater exposure to the public and to build closer working relationships within the veteran owned business community.

Watkins & Gunn which has offices in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypool were “eager” to support veteran owned businesses in the UK and to partner with the first directory in the country.

The law firm already support veterans by offering a service to help ex-armed forces personnel claim compensation for noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) and tinnitus and felt they could build on this and do more to help by becoming partners in this new venture. Through the directory they are also offering discounted rates for their legal services to ex-servicemen and women. 

By using the new portal, veterans can enter the directory free of charge but the portal also offers paid membership for a more “bespoke” service where businesses can add additional features to their listings.

Sir Mike Penning M.P, an official supporter of the venture says:

“Veteran Owned UK are breaking new ground by supporting veteran owned businesses through their online directory.

“They saw the UK needed a means of easily finding veteran owned businesses and created a website to solve that issue.”

No portal of this nature existed in the UK before Veteran Owned UK, despite the concept being popular in the US.

Scott Johnson (left) and Clive Thomas (right) stand side by side in front of a Veteran Owned UK sign and a Watkins & Gunn sign.
Mr Johnson (L) of Veteran Owned UK and Mr Thomas (R) of Watkins an Gunn

Mr Johnson of Veteran Owned UK said:

“When we started this website, one veteran told us that he loved the idea as he didn’t want to be treated as a victim or to be seen as “broken” because he was a veteran.

“There are lots of charities doing amazing work for veterans who need support.”

“What we at Veteran Owned UK want to do is encourage those working to make their own mark in the business world and boost to their chosen markets.

“Ex-military are often driven, focused and adaptable.

“Many use these skills in “civvy street” to become great employees, some decide to start their own business, and these are the people we want to support.”

Clive Thomas, Managing Partner of Watkins & Gunn, said:

“At Watkins & Gunn we are keen to support ex-military personnel.

“When we met Scott Johnson and he explained the concept of Veteran Owned UK, we saw an opportunity to support veterans in a new and innovative way, so felt we had to get involved.

“There is a huge gap in the market for veteran businesses to advertise themselves. By using the businesses showcased in Veteran Owned UK Directory, you can directly support veterans, whilst utilising a service or purchasing a product that you need.”

Watkins & Gunn offers a wide range of legal services including Accident Claims, Medical Negligence, Wills and Probate, Employment and HR services, Education Law, Public Law, Business Law, Divorce and Family Law, Childcare Law, Criminal Law, Road Traffic Law and Property.

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