Harrison Drury’s Clitheroe office hosted a client event with a difference – putting its guests within touching distance of the Tour of Britain peloton.
The firm hosted the event to coincide with the second stage of the tour as it passed the Wellsprings restaurant at the ‘Nick ‘O Pendle Hill’.
Guests were treated to breakfast and a Tour of Britain quiz before the bikes passed through at 11.25am. It was an opportunity to see Olympic hero Mark Cavendish, and the debut of Team Wiggins, which is led by Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins.
Guests were then invited to lunch at the restaurant which enjoys stunning views over the Ribble Valley.
Simon England, who heads up Harrison Drury’s Clitheroe office, said: “What better way to enjoy the Tour of Britain then to get in among the action, especially on such a beautiful day.
“Our clients have been incredibly supportive of Harrison Drury since we opened our Clitheroe office at the beginning of the year and this was the perfect opportunity to thank them for their support.”
Harrison Drury’s team of solicitors in Clitheroe includes experts in commercial and residential property, corporate and commercial law, dispute resolution and employment law, as well as a range of services for individuals, including wills, probate, inheritance and estate planning.