At Brightshire, we are taking all possible precautions to deal with the impact of Coronavirus.

Following government guidance, and wanting to ensure the health and wellbeing of our team, clients and contacts, we have taken the decision that our team will work from home wherever possible. 

Our working practices enable us to access the office remotely and to continue to deal with incoming calls.

We will organise the collection of records to avoid contact and will unless essential postpone face to face meetings. Instead, we can offer skype, zoom or phone calls whichever is convenient for clients or other professional colleagues.

I would like to reassure clients that our pro-active service levels will continue.

Please contact us if you have any concerns.

Following government guidance, and wanting to ensure the health and wellbeing of our team, clients and contacts, we have taken the decision that our team will work from home wherever possible. ”

Suzanne Preston

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