15 Jan 2024
We are embarking on an exciting new chapter this year as we celebrate five decades of being a trusted legal adviser to people in and around Peterborough, Stamford, Oakham, Market Deeping and beyond!
As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we are honouring the values and ‘local firm’ ethos that has defined our identity for half a century, by embarking on an inspiring journey of community kindness with 50 initiatives planned over the next 12 months.
The range of activities, from tree planting to bake sales, and even a slightly more strenuous Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge adventure, aims to help local residents, causes, communities and charities in a variety of ways.
We will also be upping our usual single annual charity partner from one to four this year, with a charity close to each of our office locations – Sports Connections Foundation in Peterborough, MindSpace in Stamford, Pepper’s A Safe Place in Oakham and Dementia Support in Market Deeping – all benefiting from a fundraising boost in 2024. Visit our 50th anniversary page to find out more.
In addition to the 50 community initiatives and charity partnerships, we have also unveiled a modern new look to commemorate our 50th year milestone.
The rebrand extends to a fresh new logo, modernised website and updated building signage, preserving the familiarity that clients have come to associate with the firm whilst acknowledging its evolution over the years.
Kally Singh, Senior Partner shares his enthusiasm for the 50th anniversary celebrations "This is a momentous occasion for Hegarty, but as we celebrate, we are mindful of the trust our community has placed in us over the past 5 decades. Our 50 community initiatives are a way to give back, express gratitude, and foster connections, and we can’t wait to get started!"
"The rebranding too, helps solidify our identity as a 'local law firm' which is incredibly important to us. We’re ready to take on the next 50 years and continue to be a trusted legal partner for the people of Peterborough, Stamford, Oakham, Market Deeping and the surrounding communities."