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LOCAL BUSINESSWOMAN, FARMER AND ENTREPRENEUR TAKES UP THE ROLE OF HIGH SHERIFF OF HEREFORDHIRE

25 Mar 2021

Joanna Hilditch from Lyonshall on the Herefordshire Welsh Borders has been declared as the new High Sheriff of Herefordshire 2021.

Gabbs are sponsoring The Knife Angel Hereford

26 Feb 2021

The Knife Angel - shining a spotlight on Britain's knife crime and all forms of violence and aggression

Gabbs are proud to be a Borderlines Festival Supporter

25 Feb 2021

BORDERLINES 2021 WELCOMES YOU BACK TO CINEMA - ONLINE

FRIDAY 26 MARCH TO SUNDAY 11 APRIL 2021

Festive Opening Hours 2020

14 Dec 2020

Gabbs wish everybody a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Congratulations to Sarah Charlesworth

11 Aug 2020

Many congratulations to Sarah who has successfully completed and passed her Legal Practice Course

Covid-19 - Face coverings to be worn when visiting Law Firms

10 Aug 2020

New rules on face coverings from today affecting premises providing professional, legal or financial services (post offices, banks, building societies, high-street solicitors and accountants, credit unions, short-term loan providers, savings clubs and money service businesses)

New Registrar announced

1 Aug 2020

Jeremy Wilding, Director Gabbs Solicitors based in Hereford takes up his appointment as Registrar for Hereford Diocese.

Welsh Land Transaction Tax will have a temporary increase in the nil rate band

20 Jul 2020

It has been announced that Welsh Land Transaction Tax will have a temporary increase in the nil rate band with effect from 27th July until 31st March 2021

GOOD NEWS FOR HOUSE BUYERS AS CHANCELLOR TARGETS STAMP DUTY

9 Jul 2020

There has been some good news for house buyers in England, as the Chancellor has announced that  from 8 July until 31 March 2020, the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) 0% band has been increased from £125,000 up to £500,000.  This means that if you are buying at a price of up to £500,000, you now pay no SDLT at all. Previously a buyer would have ended up paying up to  £10,000 in tax.

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