The opening of Harrison Drury’s fifth office in Clitheroe in late 2014 continued our terrific expansion of services throughout the North West, opening up a whole new area for us to provide legal advice to work alongside our solicitors in Kendal, Lancaster, Garstang and head office in Preston city centre.
Our lawyers in Clitheroe are now available to serve clients in many neighbouring towns including Blackburn, Burnley and Colne, as well as a host villages dotted around the nearby Forest of Bowland.
The office was originally established following a merger with Clitheroe law firm DLH Solicitors, with founder and managing partner Dominic Hester and his team making the transfer to join Harrison Drury.
So if you need legal advice or are looking for a solicitor in Clitheroe, get in touch today. We make it possible.
Harrison Drury & Co Ltd
21 Church Street
Tel: 01200 422264
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