Address:

21 Holyrood St
Chard
TA20 2AJ

Contact Details:

Tel: 01460 269700
Fax: 01460 269701
Email: lawyer@wbw.co.uk

Office Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm

Office Facilities: 

  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Interview room facilities
  • Refreshments available
  • Pram and pushchair friendly
 

 

Parking & Transport

Parking

There are several car parks within a short walk of our office in Chard. The nearest being the Minnows Public Parking, 8-9 Bath Street, Chard, TA20 2ET (next to Sainsbury’s)

Please check parking tariffs, spaces, charging period and information directly with the parking provider – subject to change. Parking is at your own risk, WBW simply advise on the nearest location to our office.

Public Transport

Local buses stop at the Guildhall on Fore Street and Boden Street, which are only a short walk to our office.

About us

Our Chard Office is located close to the centre of town, within easy access to local shops, restaurants and cafes.  This office is easily accessible by car, bus, cycle or on foot.

With two defined divisions for business and private clients, WBW Solicitors delivers a full range of legal services to individuals and businesses, including Wills, trust and probate, tax advice, residential conveyancing, family, personal injury and medical negligence. We also offer litigation, employment law advice, commercial law advice and commercial property services, as well as having a dedicated team of farm and estate specialists.

At WBW, we offer more than off than just expert legal advice. We have an in-house team of Chartered Financial Planners as well as an independent Mortgage department, allowing us to cater for all your financial requirements.

If you are looking for legal or financial advice in Chard or the surrounding areas, please don’t hesitate to contact us using the contact form or details above. We look forward to hearing from you.

Why we love Chard…

Chard is a busy historic market town.  It is geographically the highest town in Somerset and sits close to the borders of both Dorset and Devon.  Chard is surrounded by beautiful countryside and has many lovely local spots to visit, including Forde Abbey and the Chard Reservoir local nature reserve. 

There is a charming museum on the High Street, which highlights Chard as the birthplace of powered flight and a past vibrant wool and lace manufacturing town. 

Chard is also said to have one of the most haunted houses in the UK, with the Choughs Hotel being said to have had many ghostly sightings.