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Halls Commercial Department Shrewsbury in June’s Shropshire Magazine

Halls Commercial Department Shrewsbury, Celebrates its

First Anniversary – coverage in the June’s Shropshire


Halls Commercial one year event Shropshire Magazine


To mark their first anniversary, Halls Commercial hosted a special celebratory property seminar at their headquarters in Shrewsbury alongside Dyke Yaxley last Thursday. The evening was supported by sponsors including Watson Watson, Handelsbanken, Henshalls Insurance Brokers, ASK Mobile Phones and Prince Rupert Hotel and raised over one thousand pounds for Hope House Children’s Hospice.


The Mayor of Shrewsbury Beverley Baker, Daniel Kawczynski MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham, Area Fundraising Manager for Hope House, Vanessa Thomas and the county’s business community were among the guests who joined James Evans from Halls Commercial, Peter Willcock, Managing Director of Halls and Laurie Riley, Managing Director of Dyke Yaxley.


The evening was opened by Daniel Kawczynski MP and featured interesting speaker topics focusing on the property investment market, with contributions from Watson Watson and joint hosts Dyke Yaxley. Guests were treated to champagne and delicious canapés as they enjoyed music from the very talented Alice Lloyd Brown and an auction of promises with prize donations from Dyke Yaxley, Greehous, JT Hughes, Henry Tudor House, ASK Mobile Phones, Hatfields and Select a Skip.



Taxation experts from accountants Dyke Yaxley, commercial property specialists from solicitors Watson and Watson were on hand to highlight key legal and accounting issues as well as the full range of Halls experts from Commercial Property, Agriculture to Fine Art.


Hope House Children’s Hospices provide vital care and support to terminally ill babies, children and young people and their families across Shropshire, Mid- and North Wales.

They are currently supporting over 650 families and respite care is being provided to over 300 terminally ill local children both at the hospices – Hope House in Shropshire and Ty Gobaith in North Wales – and in the families’ own homes. Other families access their bereavement support and counselling services.