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Septic Tanks - What you Need to Know - New Legislation 2020

In 2015 new legislation came into force setting out general binding rules in respect of septic tanks. The legislation prohibits discharging directly from a s...

A Visit to Shrewsbury Veterans Outreach Hub

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of attending the Veterans Outreach Hub in Shrewsbury town centre. I discussed various legal issues, which may impact the...

North Wales Audi and Blind Veterans UK Llandudno Centre

The team at Lanyon Bowdler’s Conwy office were recently invited to take a tour of Blind Vet...

Relationships after Brain Injury

Relationships are a very important and intimate part of life. They give us a sense of security and wellbeing, and contribute towards our sense of self-identi...

Inquisitive about Inquests? Five Common Misconceptions of the Inquest Process

An inquest may be your first ever real world encounter with the legal profession. Whether that be as a witness giving evidence, a family member of a deceased...

Megan Baker House Golf Day

On Saturday 19 October I was fortunate to be invited to play in the Megan Baker House Golf Day, which was held at Leominster Golf Club. The Lanyon Bowdler te...

Calling all Divorcees with Pension Attachment Orders

During your divorce did you secure a pension attachment / earmarking order (as opposed to pension sharing orders) as part of the financial settlement? W...

Why Should You Make a Will?

Making a Will is one of the most important steps you can take for both you and your family; it can help protect your loved ones when you are gone and ensure...

Climbing Out - Taking the Modern Day Girl Completely out of Her Comfort Zone

It’s Monday morning, the standard early visit to the gym has been completed and I am now at home cramming numerous ‘loaned’ items of clothi...

What is a Nasogastric Tube?

Nasogastric intubation is a medical process involving the insertion of a plastic tube (known as an NG tube) through the nose, past the throat and down into t...

World Sepsis Day - Friday 13 September

Today (Friday 13th September) is World Sepsis Day. World Sepsis Day is held every year and provides an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight...

New Rules are Shortly to Come into Force in Relation to the Abstraction of Water from Rivers, Wetlands and Boreholes

Previously exempt activities such as trickle irrigation for growing potatoes will require a licence from the Environment Agency. The deadline is 31 December...

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08 May 2016

A Mother Talks About the Challenges Faced Due to Cerebral Palsy Following a Birth Injury

Her daughter from Shropshire was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy following a birth injury, Lanyon Bowdler are working w...

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