A new Harrison Drury office was opened in Garstang at the start of 2010 overlooking Cherestanc Square, Cherestanc being the town’s name as recorded in the Doomsday Book.
From our Garstang office we act for businesses and individuals right across the Wyre area and into the Forrest of Bowland to the east. Garstang is located between our Preston and Lancaster offices making it possible for many of our rural clients to meet us without battling with city centre traffic.
Garstang had strong links with the Farming, Food and Rural Business sector being at the heart of some of the country’s finest dairy farming land. We act for many of the leading businesses and largest employers in the area. Our team also carries out a lot of work in Garstang for our private clients helping them with house moves, family matters and estate planning.
So if you are looking for a solicitor in Garstang, get in touch today. We make it possible.
Harrison Drury & Co Ltd
Tel: 01995 607950
Fax: 01995 600897
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