We have been at the centre of our community for nearly 250 years, working with individuals, businesses and families. Our ethos has never changed, as we aim to provide expert legal advice face to face, with every client receiving a bespoke service. If our clients are too ill to come and see us, then we travel to see them. At the conclusion of each case, we ask for feedback from our clients so that we can continually strive to improve our level of service.
We have for nearly 35 years supported the community by providing a Free Legal Surgery. In addition, we support local charities including Time is Precious and the RUH Forever Friends Appeal of which we are now corporate members. We have always supported local arts and sports organisations, currently sponsoring the Merriman Theatre as well as the Midsomer Norton Cricket Club and Paulton Rovers Football Club. We are also proud supporters of both the Radstock Museum and the Somerset Farmers’ Market.
We are always keen to speak to talented and committed individuals.
If you have both ambition and drive, then we are a law firm where you would feel at home. We recognise one of our greatest assets is our employees and we invest time and energy in their professional development.
Please contact Sharon Davis
Visiting us at our offices is easy.
We have a designated car park set aside for the use of our clients adjacent to our offices. There is no need to book. Just drive into the centre of town and our car park is at the bottom right hand side of The Island.
The Sperring Charity
is a local charity that supports the wellbeing of individuals and organisations who need help within a five mile radius of the Church of St John the Baptist
in Midsomer Norton.
For over 30 years Thatcher + Hallam have acted as and for the Trustees, managing the applications for assistance, and administering charitable funds via the Clerk/Administrator to the Trust (a role presently undertaken by Michelle Jorden). Thatcher + Hallam has always maintained a place on the board of Trustees, and have overseen the sustained growth of the charity since inception, with applications now being received from a wide range of sources (including other charities).
Applications for support from the Trust are invited from the general public, with details being published in the local press, or alternatively please contact Michelle Jorden
for further information as to the application criteria.