April King - Chesterfield Office
12 Albion Road,
Welcome to April King Lawyers and Independent Solicitors Chesterfield. Please call or email us for an appointment with one of our friendly team. We can assist with a wide range of legal matters, including:
…and much more. Our independent solicitors and lawyers offer a free first appointment with no obligation and straight-talking jargon-free advice.
To contact April King Lawyers and Independent Solicitors Chesterfield, telephone 01246 511664 or email email@example.com.
Situated a few minutes walk from the Town Hall, our Chesterfield office is located on the corner of Albion Road & Clarence Road.
If you are coming via public transport, you can arrive in the town centre, along Knifesmithgate/Rose Hill, continue alongside the Town Hall, turning right onto Rose Hill West and then left onto Albion Road.
The building itself is shared with Somersall Financial Management Ltd, who occupy the ground floor, a sign for whom is located at the front of the building at street level.
Please note that unfortunately our offices are on the first floor with no lift access. Please inform a member of staff if this is going to create problems for you and we will make alternative arrangements.
Free parking is available at Sunnybank, we are also a short walk from the Rose Hill Car Park located at the rear of the Town Hall.
If you’re heading to Chesterfield to meet our team of lawyers, be sure to make time for Chesterfield’s crooked spire at the Church of St Mary and All Saints. Originally built in the 14th-century, it is Chesterfield’s most famous landmark. Chesterfield hosts a number of markets through the week – the general market (Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays) is one of the biggest in the Country, while the flea market (Thursdays), farmers’ market (second Thursday of the month) and artisan market (Last Sunday of the month) offer a range of gifts and tasty food.
A visit to Chesterfield wouldn’t be complete without taking some time out at Hardwick Hall. This National Trust property features a stunning building set in acres of breathtaking parkland. Visit the historic ponds and the wine glass, enjoy the colourful blooms and relax as you explore this wonderful site. Chesterfield locals will often say that Hardwick has ‘more glass than wall’ – a reference to the exuberant use of glass, an expensive and rare material in the 1590s. You’ll see that the builder of the house, Elizabeth Shrewsbury (Countess of Shrewsbury) has bestowed the house with her initials ‘ES’ which can be seen on the turrets.
Beside the impressive buildings you’ll spot a stately ruin that is Hardwick Old Hall – the birthplace of Bess of Hardwick. You can still walk around the building and there are four floors to explore, offering a journey through history and spectacular views over the countryside. More than just a ruin, this popular Chesterfield site features spectacular decorative plasterwork and other fascinating details.
Crooked spire image credit: Wikipedia
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