Alongside their legal work, the firm has also supported a range of local good causes. They have also helped create employment in the area.
Managing director Mr Keith Murray said;
“We are extremely proud of all that we have achieved over the past 10 years. The firm has grown from strength to strength and this is through the hard work, talent and dedication of the team of people working at each of our offices.”
“The Bridlington office first opened its doors in 2009 and of course, it hasn’t always been an easy journey, nothing worth doing is.”
“Opening our first office in the middle of a recession was always going to take hard work. But with a firm foundation of striving to deliver excellent client care, specialising in defined areas and creating a team of friendly, approachable, knowledgeable professionals we were able to develop into the three-office firm that stands before you today, we are very proud of this.”
Murray Hills Boss Acknowledged By Local Authorities
Over the past 10 years, Murray Hills have achieved a lot from national accreditations including Cyber Essentials, Lexcel and CQS. They were also the first Bridlington business to sign the Armed Forces Covenant.
Murray Hills provides discounts across their services for employees of the Armed Forces and the NHS. The firm opened their doors to provide a home for Cruse Bereavement Care. This came about as a result of the charity found themselves without a permanent base.
Mr Murray was awarded Best Boss at the 2018 Toast of the Coast Awards. He was also made a Citizen of Honour in 2018 by Bridlington Town Council.
The Bridlington office itself is the oldest on King Street and was lovingly refurbished by the firm in 2016. They also have their own square and community chest card on the official Hull Monopoly board which not many can say.
Mr Murray added;
“We are delighted to be celebrating 10 years of serving our local and national client base. We would like to thank all of our staff, clients and the community for making these 10 years a joy. Also, we are looking forward to the next 10 years and beyond.”