WBW Solicitors – Sidmouth
WBW Solicitors Sidmouth
EX10 8EATel: 01395 577061
Fax: 01395 578206
DX: 48703 SIDMOUTH
Office Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 5:15 pm
- Disabled access
- 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 Sidmouth. The nearest being the Roxburgh short stay car park;
Address: Russell Street, Sidmouth, EX10 8DD
Max Stay: 3 hours
ParkMobile Location: 2937
Method of Payment: Coins or ParkMobile App
Charging period: 8am – 6pm inc Bank Holidays
For more information on parking options in Sidmouth please click here.
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 various destinations within the town, the main Triangle bus stop (A and C) are just minutes from our offices.
For more information on reaching us by train and bus please click here.
Our Sidmouth Office is located on the main High Street, just minutes from the seafront. 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, medical negligence and crime. It also offers litigation, employment law, company commercial, commercial property and financial services, as well as a dedicated team of farm and estate specialists.
If you are looking for legal advice in Sidmouth 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 Sidmouth…
Sidmouth is known as the gateway to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The beach is predominantly pebble and shingle, but there is an expanse of sand at low tide. The Esplanade runs the full length of the beach, with a mixture of Regency buildings, shops, cafes and restaurants on the other side of the road.
Situated at the western end of Sidmouth beach is Jacobs Ladder which reaches up to the award-winning Connaught Gardens. Beautifully maintained, with fantastic views, a beautiful bandstand and a wonderful cafe, the Gardens are certainly worth a visit.
A small but very interesting museum full of artefacts and information on the history of the town, including a picture of the seafront prior to the construction of the Regency buildings. The museum is run by volunteers and free to enter, however, donations are welcome.
These are just a few of the many places you can visit in Sidmouth if you find you have time before or after your appointment with us.
What our customers say
“I was treated like a valued client. My calls were always returned and I was updated every step of the way. The completion of my property took place even before the estimated time. I can now look forward to enjoying our new home and our new life without any hiccups. For that, I can never thank the team enough”