Coles Miller News
Coles Miller is urging local companies and households to support the campaign by donating food at its offices in Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Broadstone and Wimborne.
His achievement is unusual in an age when jobs for life and staying with the same firm are the exception rather than the norm.
The event raised more than £2,100 for Headway Dorset and other charities. It was organised by Bournemouth North Rotary Club and was sponsored by Eden Vauxhall of Branksome.
Shakespeare’s epic story of life, art, revenge and forgiveness comes to Brownsea Island for an eight-night run which ends on Friday August 7.
Mr Cole died at his home just 24 hours before what would have been his 73rd wedding anniversary and eight weeks before what would have been his 100th birthday.
The new Partners are commercial property solicitor Kerry Houston-Kypta and clinical negligence solicitor Lydia Barnett.
Leading Dorset law firm Coles Miller is commemorating the end of an era and the launch of an exciting new one with the retirement of its Senior Partner and Director of Finance.
Senior Partner David Parfitt has retired after 36 years at Coles Miller - six of them at the helm of the firm which now employs 120 staff in Bournemouth, Poole, Broadstone, Christchurch and Wimborne.
More than 120 Dorset business leaders converged on AFC Bournemouth for the Telling Your Social Story seminar - the event was fully booked out weeks in advance.
Coles Miller’s third annual Social Media Seminar - Telling Your Social Story - will be held on Thursday April 16, 9am to 12.30pm, at AFC Bournemouth’s Goldsands Stadium.