Wednesday, 26 April 2017
In 2015 Bridlington was the first town to ever host a stage of the three day road cycling race Tour de Yorkshire and it returns to our town again in 2017.
The race begins with a ceremonial start this Friday 28th April from South Marine Drive weaving its way through Bridlington town centre heading to Driffield and eventually finishing stage 1 in Scarborough.
We are hosting our very own Tour De King Street in which members of staff will be riding exercise bikes to raise money for Bridlington RNLI & The Hinge Centre. The event starts at 11am with lots happening throughout the day including tombola stall, tasty homemade treats to buy and Mr Monopoly will be on hand for photo opportunities. As well as all this the Mayor of Bridlington Cllr. Liam Dealtry will be attending the event at 2.30pm with the whole thing ending at 3pm
All the money raised will go to these two fantastic local charities, we really hope you will be able to come down on the day, join in the fun and help us raise as much as possible
If you cannot make it on Friday but would like to help then we do have a donations page for the Hinge Centre which you can access here
You can find the official Tour de Yorkshire route and information here http://letour.yorkshire.com/stage-1
Wednesday, 1 March 2017
Murray Hills Solicitors were very proud to sponsor
The three course dinner and dance event held to raise money for
Macmillan Cancer Support that took place on the 25th February 2017.
The event was a triumph raising an impressive
for the fantastic charity
As the event was such a success the organisers are planning a ‘Take 2’ for the end of September.
We are sure you will join us in congratulations everyone involved in planning and raising money for Macmillan
Wednesday, 9 November 2016
A Great Big Thank You
We would like to say a great big thank you to everyone who attended the Refurbishment and Macmillan Coffee event on Tuesday 8th November at our head office on King Street in Bridlington.
Managing Director Mr Keith Murray said
“We took the decision to refurbish the office to provide a comfortable working environment for our staff and warm friendly atmosphere for our clients. The building has stood the test of time but in need of updating and modernisation.”
The three hour event ran from 12-3pm and officially opened by Bridlington Mayor, Cllr. Liam Dealtry, with a cutting of the ribbon
Keith Murray added
“Macmillan Cancer Support is a charity close to the hearts of many of our staff and we hold a coffee morning every year. We hoped that combining the two events would generate more interest and therefore help us to raise as much as possible for the charity. We had a wide selection of homemade cakes and buns and served tea and coffee to all that attended. It was a great success and I would like to thank the Mayor for officially opening the event and to everyone that attended”
The grand total raised for Macmillan Cancer Support is an impressive
We would once again like to thank everyone who attended, supported the event and donated to Macmillan.
To see all the photographs from the day visit our Facebook page
and news pages of our website
For more information on Macmillan Cancer Support here https://www.macmillan.org.uk/
Wednesday, 26 October 2016
"At Macmillan, we know how a cancer diagnosis can affect everything. So we’re here to support you and help you take back some control in your life. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if you just want to talk, we’re here."
Find more information on their services here https://www.macmillan.org.uk/
Find more information on Macmillan coffee events here http://coffee.macmillan.org.uk
Join Murray Hills on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/murrayhills.solicitorsbridlington/ and also on Twitter @Murrayhills for more information on up coming events
Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Murray Hills Solicitors are very happy to be sponsoring Hull and East Riding Disability Sports Awards
Murray Hills Solicitors are very happy to be sponsoring Hull and East Riding disability sports awards at KC Stadium on Friday 20th May 2016. The inaugural awards comes back for its 3rd year to celebrate and acknowledge the achievements of those involved in local disability sport.
Hull is one of only three cities in the UK which holds its own Disability Sports awards and as well as celebrating the achievements of disabled sports athletes and offers a chance to pay tribute to the ‘unsung heroes’ who help to make the disability sports community in Hull so strong. The event also raises much needed funds for disability sports in the Hull and East Riding area.
A little about Wheelchair Sports Hull
Wheelchair Sports Hull was set up to raise the profile of disability sport in Hull and East Riding and to help disabled people participate in sport. They provide funding, support, and promote disability sport clubs and athletes. Every penny that is raised goes directly to disability sports in Hull and East Riding.
Since being established WCSH have given out over £15,000 to athletes and disability sport clubs in Hull. They hold a number of fundraising events across the year promoting disability sports while raising much needed funds for the disability sports in the area. WCSH could not do this without you.
After, the success of London 2012 Paralympic Games Daryl Jones, Founder of Wheelchair Sports Hull wanted to give praise to athletes and clubs in a manner that nobody had thought of hence disability sports awards was created and is now in its third successful year.
Daryl Jones said “We are thrilled to welcome Murray Hills Solicitors to our list of supporters. With the Paralympic games just around the corner disability sports in our area will be set with sponsorship from businesses like Murray Hills Solicitors – the support allows us to keep hundreds of disabled people in sport each year. A massive thank you to all at Murray Hills Solicitors for supporting access to sport for all”
Keith Murray, managing Director of Murray Hills Solicitors added “Here at Murray Hills Solicitors we pride ourselves on assisting the local community in a variety of ways, whether that be helping clients buy a house, make a Will, our staff taking part in local events or supporting local charities. Wheelchair Sports Hull and the Hull and East Riding disability sports awards have recently come to our attention and we are very happy to be able to offer our support to this great organisation.”
You can find out more about Wheelchair Sports Hull here
Wednesday, 20 April 2016
Tour De Yorkshire
|Murray Hills Bridlington Office Bike 2015|
Tour De Yorkshire is coming again. This year the great cycle race sets off on the 29th April 2016 from Beverley and this has left the Bridlington office reminiscing about last years event.
In 2015 Murray Hills Solicitors held a 'Tour De King Street' event and together with staff members from all three branch offices raised over £1,901.19 for the RNLI
This year the staff at the Beverley office of Murray Hills will be cheering all the race participants on and wishing them all the best of luck
You can find out more about the Tour De Yorkshire on their website
More about Murray Hills Solicitors here
and about Beverley at HU17 magazine here
It is always nice to get thank you cards, notes and great feedback on our client questionnaires from clients who appreciate the work we have done for them in what can sometimes be a stressful time.
Pictured here is Karen Ward who is part of our TA conveyancing team in the Bridlington office holding a lovely thank you card received from a client, which has put a smile on her face.
Murray Hills staff strive to provide excellent customer care for all our clients and appreciate that buying, selling and moving home can be one of the most stressful times of your life, therefore we always keep you updated on your matter and guide clients through what can sometimes seem like a legal maze.
Murray Hills Solicitors – the safe pair of hands you can trust
With offices in Bridlington, Hull and Beverley Murray Hills can help you with your legal needs from Wills, Probate and LPA’s to Conveyancing and Change of Name Deeds.
Tuesday, 16 February 2016
Please see our website for our tribute to Mr Jones. A great man, a professional Solicitor and a true light to all that knew him.
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Wednesday, 18 November 2015
Murray Hills Solicitors are very happy to announce a further expansion of their staff, employing 3 new staff members in November this year alone.
The firm recruited Toni Cooper in the Bridlington office and Charlotte Bailey at the Hull office at the beginning of November 2015 both as legal secretaries to assist in the busy conveyancing departments and maintain the firm’s reputation for providing a professional, dedicated service to all its clients.
The firm have also recently welcomed paralegal Garry Roper to their Hull office. Managing his own caseload and clientele Garry is working alongside the current conveyancing team to provide the people of Hull with exceptional client care for their property law requirements.
Garry has worked in Conveyancing for 17 years starting as an office junior and progressing through to Legal Assistant working in all levels of conveyancing from beginning to end making him well placed to provide clients with a friendly, efficient and quality service. Garry join the Hull office to concentrate on the residential conveyancing side of law and admires Murray Hills Solicitors view of not providing a quantity conveyor belt process but delivering a quality, tailored service for all its clients. In his spare time away from the office Garry enjoys spending time with his family, trying new restaurants, attending the gym and travelling in the UK as much as abroad.
“I understand how difficult it can be for clients when moving home and aim to try and make the legal process as easy and stress free as possible”
Keith Murray , managing director of Murray Hills added
“We are very pleased to welcome Garry to our Hull office. With Garry’s wealth of conveyancing experience in both freehold and leasehold matters clients will benefit from his expertise and excellent client care skills to assist in the legal maze of a property transaction”
The recruitment of new staff at Murray Hills Solicitors demonstrates the firm’s dedication to the local economy, providing both their local and national clients with outstanding customer care and the future commitment and reliability of the firm.
Tuesday, 15 September 2015
As readers of our Blog, Twitter and Facebook accounts will know Mr Chris Hutchinson Director and Solicitor at our Beverley Office took part in the Hull Marathon on Sunday 13th September to raise money and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Society. We are very happy to say that not only did Chris complete the gruelling 26.2 miles but he survived to tell the tale and here is his story in his own words:-
‘Whilst waiting calmly, if somewhat nervously, with the other 1100 runners for the race to begin, it was probably a very good thing that I could not foresee the suffering to be undergone at about mile 17 or 18 when my erstwhile trusty legs had turned to lead and I could not imagine how they were going to carry me the rest of the way to the finish line!
It was occasionally really quite hot but the heat was mitigated frequently by a welcome breeze. Although promoted as a flat race, no-one remembered to tell that to the Humber Bridge – we hit the Bridge first from the Hessle side, at about mile 13, and it appeared that it sloped upwards for ever. Notwithstanding that, it can’t be denied that there are outstanding views from the Bridge, nor that the rest of the race was interesting. From the Llamas in East Park and the KC Stadium in West Park there was much to grab the runners’ attention. The highlight had to be, however, the fly past by the red arrows as we were making our gruelling progress up (yes another hill!) Boothferry Road.
I have to admit I was somewhat jealous of the relay runners at times when I saw them handing over to team mates; what I wouldn’t have given for a fresh set of legs!
The marshals were excellent; they clapped and encouraged us all the way and this was particularly appreciated towards the end of the race when every step was painful. They also had a variety of ‘goodies’ to hand out, not just water, but jelly babies, other sweets, orange slices and bananas.
Despite the pain and suffering endured towards the end of the marathon, the sense of achievement (and relief!) when the finish line is at last crossed is immense.’
Everyone at Murray Hills Solicitors would like to say a great big well done to Chris (and everyone who took part), so far he has raised £345.90 for the Alzheimer’s Society through the Just giving page, there is still time to make a donation no matter how small to this wonderful charity and to help say “Well Done Chris”
“Alzheimer's Society is the leading UK care and research charity for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, their families and carers. To find out more go to www.alzheimers.org.uk”
Tuesday, 8 September 2015
On Friday 18th September 2015 Murray Hills staff will be taking part in Jeans for Genes day in which they will donate £2 to wear their Jeans to work for the day.
Every year 30,000 children are born with a genetic disorder, one in 25 children are affected. Genetic Disorders UK (Jeans for Genes) help change their lives though support, equipment and opportunities to meet others like them.
Genetic Disorders UK has a vision to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by genetic disorders. There are over half a million children living with a genetic disorder in the UK today
Please help us smash our target and raise as much as possible for this wonderful charity https://www.justgiving.com/Murray-Hills-Solicitors/
find out more about them here
and us here
Wednesday, 2 September 2015
In 2014 Chris Hutchinson, Director and Solicitor at Murray Hills, ran the London Marathon, despite vowing to never run another he recently attended a presentation by the Alzheimer’s Society and was so impressed by their dedication and passion he decided to run the Hull Marathon to raise money for them.
The RB Hull Marathon takes place on Sunday 13th September and takes a 26.2 mile course through Kingston Upon Hull, more information, including the route, can be found on their website http://www.thehullmarathon.co.uk/
Chris said “I was very impressed by the passion shown by the speakers at the event, and also by the fact that in addition to the support services they offer, one of the main aims of the charity is to fund research with a view to ultimately discovering a cure for dementia. Many of us have experience of friends or relatives who have had to deal with the problems that dementia causes for both the individual suffering the disease and the members of his or her family. Imagine the suffering that would be avoided if one day a cure is found. I think it is a great charity”
The Alzheimer’s Society support people affected by dementia, providing information, care and assistance. More information about the society and their work can be found on their website http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/
Please show your support for Mr Hutchinson and If you would like to donate to this wonderful charity it would be gratefully received and can be made at our offices or via the Just Giving site http://www.justgiving.com/Chris-MurrayHills
Wednesday, 27 May 2015
Here at Murray Hills Solicitors our main focus is client care, guiding our clients through some of the most stressful times of their lives in a professional, kind and approachable manner.
Therefore when we received our client satisfaction questionnaires back with glowing praise we are happy that we have achieved our goal.
Sometimes, however, our clients surprise us and believe that the services our teams have provided go above and beyond their expectations.
One of these very nice surprises was recently provided to
Murray Hills Bridlington office TA conveyancing team,
who received a beautiful bouquet of flowers and a scrummy box of chocolates that really brightened their day.
"Thank you for the thank you"
Wednesday, 20 May 2015
2015 sees the sixth annual Dying Matters Awareness Week, which runs from 18 - 24 May. The aim is to get people talking about dying, death and bereavement and making plans for their end of life.
Dying is an inevitable event that none of us can avoid, but a topic most of us shy away from. As part of Dying Matters awareness week we are encouraging you to talk about dying and your end of life plans, ensure you share your wishes with loved ones and to think about what is important to you and how you wish to be cared for at the end of your life.
Here at Murray Hills Solicitors we are also encouraging people to make a Will, document your funeral wishes and leave a lasting record of your wishes.
We have a dedicated Wills, Probate and Lasting Power of Attorney team that can advise and guide you through the process.
Call us today for a free no obligation quote and remember
“You Only Die Once” #YODO
Call Chris Hutchinson and his team on 01262 672249
More information on the awareness week and Dying Matters can be found here
Tuesday, 12 May 2015
On 11th May Emma Long and Managing Director Keith Murray attended the Bridlington Lifeboat station and were very happy to presented them with a cheque for a total of
(pictured from the left Keith Murray, Emma Long, Lynne Dennis-Volunteer Community Fundraising Assistant, Stuart Tibbett - Coxswain & Dave Coverdale - Lifeboat Crew)
While at the station they were very excited to be shown round the lifeboat itself by the Coxswain Stuart Tibbett
and Emma sat behind the wheel of the Mersey Lifeboat
The RNLI do amazing work,
they really are ordinary people doing extraordinary things
and Murray Hills Solicitors are delighted to help them in a small way.
For more information on the RNLI please visit