April King - Nottingham Office
278-290 Huntingdon Street
Our Nottingham City Centre offices are home to April King headquarters. Here, our team of lawyers and independent solicitors provide straightforward, jargon-free guidance on a whole range of legal issues, including:
…and much more.
Call us on 0115 9561213 to book your appointment with April King Lawyers and Independent Solicitors Nottingham. We offer a free first appointment without any obligation, fixed fees and home visits where these are more convenient for you.
Our Nottingham City Centre Offices are on Huntingdon Street, opposite the Litmus Building. You should look for the big blue door in-between World of Brass and Up & Running.
Office Hours are Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm. Out of hours appointments available by request.
Please enter the building by way of the big blue door shown above. Once you have entered through this door you will be faced with another door with a security entrance system. Press the buzzer to inform reception of your arrival. They will release the door lock then push to enter.
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.
Most buses from around Nottingham will stop near Victoria Centre which is only a few minutes walk to our office.
You can usually park on Huntingdon Street in front of the office entrance for up to 2 hours (pay and display) although there are a number of NCP car parks nearby.
Nottingham is well known for the legend of Robin Hood and for its lace-making. A visit to Nottingham Castle is recommended, with a trip down Mortimer’s Hole giving you insight into some of our city’s history. If you’re in need of some light refreshment afterwards, both The Castle pub and Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem (Britain’s oldest pub dating back to 1189 AD) are well worth a visit. Although the Lace Centre has sadly closed its doors, you can still walk around the Lace Market, one of the hippest areas in Nottingham with its former warehouse buildings now converted into bars, restaurants and apartments. Be sure to visit the Galleries of Justice Museum where you can learn about crime and punishment through the ages in an entertaining way. Nottingham’s Old Market Square is also a must-see, being one of the largest market squares in Europe. The lion statues are iconic for the City – particularly the left lion, which has its own website.
0115 956 1213
Book your free meeting with one of our lawyers: with absolutely no obligation
Home visits available: where this is more convenient (no additional charge)