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Kind-hearted Cerys juggles key worker role with college studies during pandemic

A TEENAGE student is balancing college assignments with her role as a key worker during the Coronavirus pandemic. Cerys Harris wakes at 4am every day before beginning a 5am shift as a home delivery picker at Morrisons supermarket in Rhyl. The 17 year-old is on the shop floor until 12.30pm, before returning to the home…

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Edward Hughes Solicitors experiences surge in demand for Wills during pandemic

LAW firms are experiencing a surge in demand for Will writing as the number of deaths from Coronavirus continues to rise. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, has been busy supporting families at what is a stressful and alarming period in UK history, and offering remote guidance and advice while staff follow…

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Edward Hughes Solicitors secured £100,000 in personal injury claims last year

A LAW FIRM secured more than £100,000 in successful personal injury claims for clients last year. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, said incidents in the workplace continue to dominate caseloads, and figures nationally show that trend looks set to continue. Latest statistics from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Labour Force…

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Law firm and hospice partnership grows following £2.5m redevelopment

THE partnership between a law firm and a beloved North Wales hospice has been further strengthened following a £2.5m building redevelopment. St Kentigern Hospice in St Asaph opened the doors to its new-look facility after months of improvement works by Bodelwyddan-based Wynne Construction. Among the guests at the unveiling was Shian Hughes from Edward Hughes…

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Ben Jones qualifies as solicitor at top North Wales firm Edward Hughes

A SOLICITOR who was living Down Under is on top after qualifying as a solicitor. After successfully achieving a Law degree at Cardiff University, Ben Jones decided to reflect on his future and experience more of the world. What followed was a year in Australia, a spell as a tour guide in Bali and time…

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BGB Scaffolding unveils European vision after securing big windfarm contracts

A SCAFFOLDING company plans to double in size and continue making its name in the European offshore windfarm industry. That’s the vision of Ben Badham, Managing Director of record-breaking North Wales firm, BGB Scaffolding. Previously a roofer and tower crane operator, Ben later became a trainee scaffolder and was named in the top three Apprentices…

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Rachael is top of the class after achieving top mark in national examination

A LAW worker has won an illustrious prize after achieving the highest mark in a rigorous legal examination. Rachael Goodwin, accounts manager and data protection officer at QualitySolicitors Edward Hughes, will receive the Wilfred Owen Award from the Institute of Legal Finance and Management (ILFM) after passing the Associate level Legal Practice Management exam with…

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S2 Recruitment support as new figures reveal third of graduates are overqualified for their job

WITH new figures revealing a third of graduates are overqualified for their current job, a leading recruitment company is working with clients and exploring a new approach to filling job vacancies. For many years the CVs of candidates with too much education or experience were disregarded by company owners and HR teams in favour of…

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Rhyl solicitor warns number of people without a Will at all-time high

A SOLICITOR has encouraged people to make a Will after figures revealed the number of adults without one in the UK is at an all-time high. According to research, the percentage of adults at risk of dying without a valid Will in place is around 60%, even more than the previous peak in 2011. Shian…

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Moonwalking Rhyl mums raising money for breast cancer charity

Two mums will be pounding the pavements of London in their bras for a walking marathon in aid of breast cancer charities. Kelly Williams and Jayne Broster, both from Rhyl are taking on the 26.2 mile Moonwalk while getting in the groove with this year’s disco theme. The annual event on May 11 is in…

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