Our Community

Our place in St Thomas is very important to us, as are our links with business, community and academic organisations across the city.

We take our role in the community very seriously and support many local organisations and events, and we don’t just pay ‘lip service’ to our corporate social responsibilities, you’ll always find our staff with their sleeves rolled up, ready to get stuck into supporting the causes closest to their hearts.

 

Community News

Cartridges Law pledges support for Age UK Exeter

Cartridges Law is pleased to announce that we will be supporting Age UK Exeter with a special fundraising initiative. We have been advocates of the charity over many years and see first-hand the vital work it does for older people. As with many organisations, Age UK...

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All of your Covid-19 Housing questions answered!

If you have any questions for the housing team or want some advice on housing issues, contact us today on 01392 256854 or by email enquiries@cartridgeslaw.co.uk. Eviction Can my landlord evict me because of coronavirus? An eviction is illegal if your landlord has not...

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Legally Meeting – Free legal drop-ins in your community

In support of the Law Society’s national campaign to ensure everyone has access to legal help when they need it, Cartridges Law is holding a number of free legal drop-in sessions in and around the community of Exeter. Our drop-ins are intended for anyone who has a...

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Cartridges Law continues its support for Budding Friends

Cartridges Law is continuing its support of a project which works with people who have dementia and their carers. It’s the fourth year the St Thomas-based solicitors have supported the Budding Friends scheme, which is run by Age UK Exeter. Members of the group were...

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WOW Exeter wows!

Cartridges Law, with an all-women partnership currently at the helm, were thrilled once again to support WOW Exeter, attended this year by more than 700 people. Exeter is one of 10 lucky cities outside London to host the Southbank Centre’s Women of the World Festival,...

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