Local Congleton Solicitors

Our Congleton office

A photo of Oak House on the corner of Swan Bank, West Street and Little Street, Congleton

Our head office in Congleton is located in Oak House, Swan Bank in the heart of Congleton Town Centre. Oak House is a Grade II listed building with many interesting original features. Conveniently located opposite the Lion and Swan it is nestled on the corner between Swan Bank, West Street and Little Street. It is near to public car parks, bus stops and Congleton Train Station.

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Solicitors in Congleton

Paul Clark and Sarah Bushell are available to meet with you at our Congleton office at a time convenient for you.

On street parking

Swan Bank – less than one minute walk and West Street, 1 minute walk

Nearest Car Park

West Street Car Park – 2 minute walk

Nearest train station

Congleton Station – 23 minute walk

Nearest bus stop

West Street – 1 minute walk

General information about access

Our office is by appointment only and our office is not accessible without a meeting. Please call us on 01260 769 639 to arrange a meeting.

Information about disabled access

There are three steps to enter the building. Our meeting room is located on the ground floor, around a 7 metre (23ft walk) from the front door. Our waiting room has plenty of seating. The door ways are wide and suitable for navigating by wheelchair.

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What our clients in Congleton say about our solicitors

‘Paul made us feel at ease all the way through’

‘Explained in laymans terms’

‘Fantastic service’

‘Ability to provide answers at my level of understanding’

‘Very friendly team’

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Photo of Paul Clark and Sarah Bushell
Photo of Spall Clark Solicitors office meeting room containing a wooden board room table and six black leather chairs. There is a blue and grey rug with orange and white accents on the light wooden floor with a green plant in the corner of the room. A small accent light is on. The room has high ceilings typical of a Georgian room. The sixteen panel window looks out onto Tudor rooftops of Little Street.