Paul Almy attends opening of new school owned by the Licensed Trade Charity

  • May 19, 2016
  • By Paul Almy, Partner

Senior Partner Paul Almy is today attended the official opening, by the Countess of Wessex, of the Licensed Victuallers new school at Begbroke, Oxford. The school, owned by the Licensed Trade Charity (formerly known as The Society of Licensed Victuallers), provides education for young people on the autism spectrum. Paul Almy acted for the Charity in its purchase of the new school which had previously been a Priory.

Hunters have been the Solicitors to the Licensed Trade Charity for over one hundred and fifty years.

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