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Swayne Johnson Solicitors Nominated for the f2n Network Award!


Posted on 17 Oct 2017

We’re absolutely delighted to report that Swayne Johnson Solicitors have been nominated for the Business of the Year Award at the f2n Business Awards 2017! Furthermore, we are finalists for this prestigious award, earning invitations to a glittering black tie gala event on Friday the 24th of November 2017!

Being nominated for an award like this is impressive and of course, a source of great pride to us. The past few years have been a rather tumultuous time for a large majority of businesses across the UK, with instability taking its toll on large and small businesses alike.

Our solicitors firm in North Wales and Cheshire has flourished in the face of what many would call adversity, and we have bucked the trend by doubling our turnover in the past 10 years, which in turn has facilitated great expansion for our company. We have been fortunate enough to have four offices across the North Wales and Cheshire region – with Tattenhall and Bangor being our most recent additions, totalling six – or 200% growth within 10 years.

While indeed we have always provided a range of specialist services across a large range of areas of law, our work for the community has always been a point of pride. This in turn has helped the communities around each of our six offices in large ways – such as the Denbigh Rugby Club, the Elsper School of Dance, the Ruthin Festival, the Tattenhall Beer Festival, among many other local causes.

Some of these causes have been gigantic – such as the Macmillan Coffee Morning as well as our sponsoring of North Wales’ very own Olympian, Brenda Roberts, enabling her to attend the Transplant Games in Malaga, where she won gold in the Ladies’ Golf Tournament for Team GB. Some of our causes have been smaller, such as our ongoing involvement in the much-loved St Asaph Community Association Scarecrow Festival.

We care for the community considerably, and our day-to-day running includes the organisation and the hosting of completely free seminars and public talks to the community. It’s vital to us to provide free information sessions and open lines of dialogue through engagement – as well as provide no obligation information about a series of important issues which many might not quite understand. Inclusion is important to us as well. Our staff provide free advice at clinics such as Age Connects and Memory Cafes across North Wales and Cheshire.

The Award ceremony is planned for the 24th of November at the St George Hotel, Llandudno. We hope to see you there!

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