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HMG and the Macmillan Cotswold Way Mighty Hike

July 28, 2017 | Out and About

HMG Law took part in the Macmillan Cotswold Way Mighty Hike on a rainy Saturday, 22 July 2017.   The HMG Law team were part of the thousand walkers taking part in the Macmillan Cotswold Way Mighty Hike. 26 miles along the Cotswold Way ending in Bath.  A great day was had by all, even(Read more)

Belinda Harvey Becomes a Dementia Champion

July 17, 2017 | Out and About

Belinda Harvey, Deputy Head of Private Client Department and Senior Solicitor at HMG Law, has recently become a Dementia Champion.   The Dementia Friends scheme is an initiative by the Alzheimers Society and is being supported by a number of high profile celebrities. More information can be found here . Belinda recently attended a training(Read more)

HMG Attended LegalEx 2017 in London

March 30, 2017 | Out and About

Representatives from HMG attended the LegalEx 2017 exhibition in London this week. Christina Cree (Partner) and Kirsten Phipps Get (Practice Manager) visited the annual event and met with a variety of exhibitors and speakers to learn more about the latest trends, thinking, ideas, products and services which are available to the legal profession. Christina is(Read more)

Vintage Travel With Some Familiar HMG Faces

March 27, 2017 | Out and About

The Oxford Bus Museum offered free vintage rides in and around Oxford city centre over the weekend. The Twilight Vintage Bus Ride event involved a number of restored buses, complete with tungsten bulbs and conductors. Two of the Museum volunteers have links to HMG.  Frank Collingwood is our Director of Tax Planning and Chris Butterfield(Read more)

HMG Prepares for the Mighty Hike - With Cake!

March 17, 2017 | Out and About

We are taking part in this year's Macmillan Mighty Hike.  In July, a team of intrepid HMG explorers will tackle the 26 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. Training is now underway and we are arranging various events in the next few months to raise the funds to support this very worthy cause. And what(Read more)

Trainee’s Final Day Out – Leicester Half Marathon in the City

November 15, 2016 | Out and About

I recently completed my last sports challenge of the year – my first half marathon – and I had my trusty husband by my side to see me through to the end (and, if needs be, carry me for a while). Training had mostly involved lugging myself around the ring road of Didcot. Hardly the(Read more)

Success in Ashmolean Corporate Circle Competition

July 07, 2016 | Out and About

Recently I came runner up (well, one of two runners up) in a competition run by the Ashmolean for members of their corporate circle. Entrants wrote about their favorite artifact or place in the Ashmolean. Prizes were awarded at the recent corporate circle event on the 22nd of June. This was a fabulous evening with(Read more)

Glastonbury 2016

July 04, 2016 | Out and About

Every year, with a group of good friends, I gleefully abandon my day job to work the bins at Glastonbury. Whilst the pleasure of clearing up litter and being covered in bin juice may not seem apparent to some, by Thursday night we had finished our shifts and were ready to hit the festival (the(Read more)

Championship Rowing Success

June 28, 2016 | Out and About

Over the weekend of 11 & 12 June, Kate Hall competed for Wallingford Rowing Club at the British Rowing Masters Championships which were held at the National Watersports Centre in Nottingham. Run by British Rowing, the sports’ governing body, Masters (rowers over the age of 27) compete over two days in both sculling (two oars(Read more)

Young Farmers

June 17, 2016 | Out and About

Each year, the Oxfordshire Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs holds a ‘County Show & Rally’ day on the second Bank Holiday weekend in May.  Each year the Rally gets passed to a different club and this year it was the Bicester club’s turn to organise and host the Show.  After over a year of planning(Read more)