Blandy & Blandy LLP Solicitors

News // 13 September 2019

Firm Celebrates Launch of Riverside Henley-on-Thames Office

Blandy & Blandy LLP welcomed guests to the official launch of its new Henley-on-Thames office on 10 September.

The firm relocated to 24 Thameside from Hart Street back in June, with Councillor Ken Arlett, Mayor of Henley-on-Thames, and Helen Barnett, the town’s manager, cutting the ribbon to mark the occasion.

At the time, Councillor Arlett said: “As Mayor of Henley-on-Thames, I welcome the further investment that Blandy & Blandy have put into their new offices at Thameside.

I am pleased to say what an excellent job has been made of the refurbishment. With the array of specialist talent on offer at Blandy & Blandy, there is no need to travel outside of Henley for expert legal advice.”

Helen Barnett, Town & Community Manager, added: “We are delighted that Blandy & Blandy are moving to Thameside. They are taking a beautiful riverside office which will be ideal for Blandy & Blandy and we wish them every success in their new home.”

Guests, including fellow members of the professional community, clients and representatives of both Henley Town Council and the Henley Business Partnership, enjoyed an evening of drinks and canapés and a few welcoming words from Blandy & Blandy’s chairman, Brenda Long.

She said: “It was a pleasure to see so many friends of our firm, as well as a number of newer faces, joining us to celebrate our new riverside offices at 24 Thameside.

We are extremely grateful for the many very kind comments shared throughout the evening about our new offices, our team and our growing investment in the Henley-on-Thames. It is very much a second home for Blandy & Blandy and we look forward to continuing to grow and to strengthening our links with the town.

For further information or legal advice, please contact law@blandy.co.uk or call 01491 572 323.

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