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🧁 We all know, life is batter with cake! So why not join us for our annual Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning on Friday 24th September? Our team will be stationed outside our Teignmouth office in Regent Street with heaps of home-baked goodies for...

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We’re delighted to announce the return of our Tuesday and Saturday surgeries. At Scott Richards, we are fully committed to providing our clients and local community with the best possible service. Being regularly available outside of standard business...

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COVID Update – Our offices are now fully open! When clients do visit our offices, we want them to feel as comfortable as possible. We have introduced a traffic-light lanyard system in our Reception area, enabling clients to choose the lanyard colour...

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In the interests of the health and wellbeing of both our staff and clients, we are operating on an appointment-only basis during our normal working hours of Monday-Friday, 9.00am-5.00pm.  Whilst our building remains closed, we are accepting...

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Coronavirus (COVID 19) – Preventative Measures. In the interests of the health and wellbeing of both our staff and clients, we are operating on an appointment-only basis during our normal working hours of Monday-Friday, 9.00am-5.00pm.  Whilst...

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We’re here to help, whatever you need We know that the current outbreak of Covid-19 is causing stress and anxiety across the country. We all are concerned about the impact the virus will have on us personally, our loved ones and our community. 📜...

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Following the government’s announcement of the third national lockdown, our office doors are once again closed. Our staff are continuing to work remotely and can be contacted on 01626 772 441, or as normal for all your...

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There are a number of upcoming changes to employment law this year, which include (but are not limited to) amendments to agency workers rules, the right to a written statement of terms and the introduction of new parental bereavement legislation. Each of...

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During Will Aid 2019, we raised a grand total of £9,680.00, beating our previous best of £6,940.00 in 2018. For 2019, not only were we the top donating firm in the South West, but we were also the 7th highest donating firm in the entire UK (out of a...

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Here at Scott Richards, we offer a personal service.  You will be looked after by a dedicated team.  You will have a named contact working for you.  They are backed up by a member of our support team.  This dedicated team will support...

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