Chubb Bulleid Events

 

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Team Bella to go to National Indoor Carriage Driving Championships.

Following a very successful fund raising dress down day at Chubb Bulleid in support of Team Bella, our head of accounts Kim Lord was delighted to visit the Conquest Riding Centre to present a cheque for £400 to Val Starr who is part of the ground team. On the carriage is Laura who has the reins firmly in hand and standing behind her is Deb Tower who is the trusty "backstepper"......

 

 

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Property Seminar - Property, you and your business - Held at The Bocabar, Red Brick Building, Moorland Enterprise Park, Glastonbury on 9th March 2017.....

 

 

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Tom Bowes was disappointed not to be mistaken for a member of the Poldark crew when he arrived in Town reported the Wells Journal last week ......

 

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Friends of Chubb Bulleid having a great day out supporting Bath v Wasps on March 4th ..........

 

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Judith, from our Family Department travelled to Parliament on 30th November to meet with local MP James Heappey.  Judith was taking part in a major lobby of Parliament organised by family law organisation Resolution......

 

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On Friday 21st October The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Wells Festival of Literature to show her support for the work that it has done ......

 

 

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Our own Bruce Scobie was representing the firm at the launch of the city's four cultural festivals held at the new Cedars Hall 350 seater concert hall. Chubb Bulleid .......

 

 

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Wells Golf Club Captains Charity Day 13th July in aid of Heads Up. The Chubb Bulleid team consisting of Richard Cussell and local business people ..........

 

 

 

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On Sunday 10th July Wells Market Place was taken over by the annual Boules Tournament hosted by Wells and Glastonbury Rotary Clubs.  We sponsored 1 of the “pistes” and fielded two teams.......

 

 

 

 

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Summer Social

The rain clouds dissolved to produce a magical evening for the Chubb Bulleid summer social held at Bruce Scobie’s house at Yarley.  Staff and family were entertained by a marvellous blues and soul band called “Harlem Rhythm Cats”, a hog roast, some inflatable bouncy games and a good deal of discussion about Brexit.  All agreed it was a marvellous evening and that every event we have in the future should involve the inflatable gladiator game!