Hilary Meredith sponsored Billy McAllister win again

Hilary Meredith sponsored golfer Billy McAllister has won The British Blind Masters 2013. In winning the 72 hole stroke play event, Billy also confirmed his place as the winner of the 20123 / 2013 Order of Merit. The 2012/2013 Order of Merit ran from the Colin Cowdrey Shield Stableford competition in September 2012 until the…

Hilary Meredith Solicitors scares off the opposition to win local competition

Hilary Meredith Solicitors has been crowned the winner of the ‘Best Business Scarecrow’ category at the 2013 Wilmslow Scarecrow Festival. Associate Solicitor Sarah Lincoln showed off her creative side with the 7ft gingerbread man known as ‘Ben’. Assisted by a team of fellow creative minds, the scarecrow took Sarah three days to make, and beat…

Burdekin reaches quad semis at British Open

Britain’s Jamie Burdekin was responsible for knocking out the first seeded player at the 24th British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships on Wednesday’s second day of play as the quad singles semi-final line-up was completed. World No. 10 Burdekin, the 2012 runner-up at the British Open, put in a tremendous performance in his quarter-final to beat…

VIVA Lifestyle Magazine Interview With Hilary Meredith

Hilary Meredith is the founder and CEO of the award winning Hilary Meredith Solicitors Limited, with offices in Wilmslow and London. Hilary Meredith Solicitors specialises in major trauma accident cases with particular emphasis on the armed forces worldwide.

Golfer overcomes spinal injury to lift trophy

Few players have waited as long as Jamie Donaldson did for their first European Tour win – and even fewer have achieved it after being told their career could be over. Donaldson’s brilliant four-stroke victory in the Irish Open at Royal Portrush last July came in his 255th Tour event and 12 years after he…

MOD ‘loses’ bayonets from training base

A military training centre in Devon has “lost” more than 8,000 pieces of equipment including 115 bayonets since 2008, the BBC has learned. A list revealed that 8,312 items, including 13 dummy hand grenades and 2,860 pieces of cutlery, had been lost from the Lympstone Commando Centre.