Anyone who has experienced relationship breakdown understands how difficult a time it can be. For couples and families going through the process at the moment, there is the added challenge of the coronavirus pandemic, which has undoubtedly made an already-stressful time worse.
Whether you have already started to take action or are considering the options the challenges being faced may seem impossible to overcome if you are all required to be under the same roof with Covid-19 restrictions. However, family lawyers are ensuring that they do all they can to keep families and individuals supported.
Just before ‘lockdown’ the Lettering Arts Trust was delighted to launch a long-anticipated exhibition: “Innovative Forms: TheLettering of John Skelton”. Curated by John’s daughter Helen Mary Skelton, this intriguing retrospective has been in development for more than seven years. It brings together examples of public and private projects that demonstrate the breadth of John Skelton’s artistic experiments in lettering and how he based his work upon tradition – and then broke away from it.
Raising funds for Breast Cancer Support and sustaining research in a time of COVID-19
Help is at hand for local businesses that need legal advice as a result of the devastating Covid 19 outbreak. Prettys solicitors in Ipswich are offering up to an hour of free consultation without obligation to assist and support local businesses.
There is no doubt the impact of the coronavirus on the commercial property market is going to be significant. The government’s decision to close all retail and leisure outlets until further notice leaves both landlords and tenants uncertain where they stand.
Local family support charity, Home-Start in Suffolk, is delighted to have been awarded more than £390,000 in National Lottery funding to continue their work with vulnerable families in the Waveney area.
Tough times can bring out the best in people and we’ve all seen some incredible acts of kindness over the last few weeks, some have been small and meaningful while others are ongoing and logistically tough. One local project needs your help to spread the word to isolated individuals in rural areas.
Collaboration Will Help County’s Organisations Achieve More Through Pandemic
As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to disrupt the nation and raise concerns about the health and the wellbeing of ourselves and of our loved ones, making a Will is naturally on the minds of many.
In recent weeks, many of us have been spending far more time than we usually do at home and in households all over the country there are conversations happening around home improvements.