Brain Chase Coles has played an active part in the local community for many years and believes that the local knowledge of our lawyers contributes to the high quality of legal advice that we can offer.

The firm has been contracted with the legal aid agency for many years and, despite significant cuts to legal aid funding, remains one of the few local firms to be able to offer legally aided advice. We believe that financial circumstances should not be a barrier to good legal representation and therefore offer tailored and fixed fees to many clients.

Our firm supports local events and frequently sponsors community groups.

January 2017

Supporting St Michael’s Hospice

We raised a fantastic £2,260 for St Michael’s Hospice during the 2016 Make a Will Fortnight! St Michael’s Hospice offers care for people across North Hampshire facing life limiting illnesses and their support is invaluable for many patients and their families at a difficult time.  Our firm has supported St Michael’s Hospice for many years […]

Pink Ribbon Charity Netball Tournament

July 2015

Pink Ribbon Charity Netball Tournament

A charity netball tournament took place at Everest School, Basingstoke on Wednesday 8 July 2015. This event was organised by the Basingstoke branch of Newbury Building Society and local firms were invited to take part to raise funds for this good cause.

July 2014

Village Fete Solicitors

On an afternoon when the weather had threatened storms, the sun appeared and shone on solicitors in shorts. As one of the sponsors, Brain Chase Coles despatched two of their senior solicitors to contribute to the fun at Micheldever Village Fete last weekend.

December 2012

Brain Chase Coles host Christmas Drinks in aid of Naomi House & jacksplace

This year Brain Chase Coles used its Christmas get-together not only to make and build on local contacts but to gather funds and gifts for Naomi House children’s hospice.

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