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Voluntary sector given chance to break free of unnecessary bureaucracy

17 June 2021

With the voluntary sector having experienced one of the most challenging periods in history during the Covid-19 pandemic, last month’s Queen’s Speech brought welcome news in the form of The Charities Bill 2021.

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Social and environmental initiatives to benefit from £880m of unlocked assets

10 June 2021

Over the past decade, in excess of £745m has been released from dormant bank and building society accounts and in doing so, has benefitted a wide range of social and environmental initiatives across the country.

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Perhaps not since war time have UK businesses faced so much uncertainty

14 October 2020

After months, if not years, of being told to prepare for Britain’s exit from the EU – a crisis with just as much potential to disrupt business arrived....

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Remember a Charity Week – leave a lasting legacy for the charities and good causes closest to your heart

07 September 2020

Remember a Charity Week, the annual national campaign which urges us all to consider leaving a gift in our will for the charities that have made a difference...

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Does your Christmas fair need a licence to thrill?

11 October 2018

Christmas is coming and organisations the length and breadth of the country are starting to plan their fundraising festive fairs. But will you need a licence for your special event? FBC Manby Bowdler Partner Stuart Rea takes a look.

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Leaving charitable gifts in your will

22 August 2018

Leaving charitable gifts in your will

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Charities need to act now to be GDPR compliant

25 May 2018

GDPR, the new Europe-wide data protection law intended to provide greater protection around personal data, comes in to effect later this week expert reminds.

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Community resource centre looks forward to future as part of leading local homeless charity

28 March 2018

Stay, a Telford-based charity focused on providing support and housing for young

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Small charities and CICs given opportunity to convert to new legal structure

30 November 2017

Company charities and Community Interest Companies (CIC) across Shropshire and the West Midlands should soon be...

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Our best ever year in The Legal 500

12 October 2017

Five Partners are named as Leading Individuals in The Legal 500, with a further three lawyers making the list of up and coming Next Generation solicitors.

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