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Magic start for new offices.

GUESTS at the opening of a new office at Shipston on Stour for law firm Lodders had a magical time.

They were entertained by conjurer Myles Pollock, who performed sleight- of-hand tricks.

The new offices - the Assembly Rooms, in Church Street - will accommodate three solicitors and four administrative staff.

Partner in charge Frances Lees said that clients' needs had been uppermost in the design of the new offices, which feature client parking, disabled access and ground-floor interview rooms.

She said the new offices were ideally placed to take advantage of business opportunities in south Warwickshire and the north Cotswolds.

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HOLDING THE ACES: Conjuror Miles Pollock (centre) with (from left) Ron Bird, Lodders managing partner; John Bradley, of John Bradley Associates; Frances Lees; and Nigel Phillips, senior partner at Lodders
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 24, 2002
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