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  • New guidance: Revised guidance on cyber risk for companies

    The Department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) has published revised guidance Cyber security guidance for business for boards of directors to help them identify and combat online risks to their business.


  • Community MattersCommunity Matters

    She may have only recently joined the company but Janet Walker, business development manager at Marsden Rawsthorn, is already making an impact through her work with the local community.

  • Leyland gets a unique new coffee lounge

    Roccoco, a new coffee lounge, has just opened in Leyland but it is no ordinary coffee lounge! Local residents can also benefit from a unique advice service whilst enjoying a coffee, along with one of the freshly baked cakes or pastries.

    This unique venture, which is situated on Chapel Brow, Leyland has been founded by the Brothers of Charity in conjunction with Help Direct, and will provide advice on a wide range of issues from benefit advice through to housing problems. The centre will also provide help for residents with learning difficulties in a comfortable and friendly environment. All profits from the venture will go to charity.

  • Marsden Rawsthorn Opens The Regeneration of Preston DiscussionMarsden Rawsthorn Opens The Regeneration of Preston Discussion

    Local businessmen and women were treated to a discussion on the impact and implications of the regeneration of Preston as part of Lancashire Business Week organised by Downtown in Business.

    The second in a series of events was opened by Stephen Hodgson, a Chief Executive here at Marsden Rawsthorn Solicitors. A Preston man, through and through, Stephen commented on the history and assets of the City and how he believes proposals for regeneration should be made local, considering the needs of those in and around the city itself.

  • We Salute You - Marsden Rawsthorn supports Chorley Guardian's campaignWe Salute You - Marsden Rawsthorn supports Chorley Guardian's campaign

    Today the Guardian is calling on their readers to show their support for soldiers in Afghanistan by wearing one of their new wristbands.

    The navy blue wristbands carry the name of their 'We Salute You' campaign on them and they are calling on the people of Chorley and Leyland to wear one with pride.

    The wristbands and customised keyrings are available directly from the Guardian's office or by sending a SAE to them at their Market Street office.

    There is no cost but people are being invited to make a donation, which will go towards the charity Help for Heroes (H4H), which helps care for wounded soldiers.

    Marsden Rawsthorn were asked by the Guardian to help support the cause by sponsoring the wristbands.

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