Tring law firm shows appreciation for key workers

'Hugs and Company'

Wednesday, 6th May 2020, 1:00 pm
Updated Wednesday, 6th May 2020, 1:02 pm

A law firm has shared these images of support for key workers during the coronavirus pandemic, from it's office building in Tring.

Hughes and Company Solicitors, of Frogmore Street, now has a rainbow over the company's name on the building - 'Hugs and Company'.

In these days of lockdown, Tring has become a very quiet place with residents of the town and surrounding villages only coming into town for essential shopping needs and limited exercise.

Tring law firm shows appreciation for key workers

Nicola King, partner at the firm, said: "Hughes and Company, a very much family focused firm, are here supporting our staff and the local community, wishing them good health and to stay safe.

"We are here to help and support and send out to the community of Tring and surrounding villages 'Hugs' in these challenging and difficult times!

“As a long-established practice in the town, we offer a personal and caring service.

"Our office is still manned at all times during office hours to answer any queries you may have concerning family law, children and financial matters, elderly care, wills, trust or probate or property concerns. We are here to help and support our local community.

Tring law firm, 'Hugs and Company'

"We are here to help – we care, above all stay safe!

“Tomorrow will be a good day!”

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