Zoe Calway

Solicitor takes on latest challenge to support local charity

April 8th 2021

A solicitor at a leading legal firm is embarking on the latest in a series of challenges to raise vital funds for a local charity. Zoe Calway, who is a director at Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors, has been a committed supporter for Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland since 2015, raising funds through sponsored runs, walks and cycles. After various charity challenges including cycling Coast-to-Coast and taking part in duathlons,…

Getting those steps in for Dementia

February 8th 2021

Three members of Team Cartmells have signed up to take on the Step Up for Dementia challenge. The challenge to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Society is to complete 850,000 steps in three months – that’s the same number of people currently living with dementia in the UK. The team members that are taking part in the challenge are: Zoe Calway Director specialising in wills, probate and inheritance work and is…

Law firm colleagues donate charity fitness challenge cash to mark World Alzheimer’s Month

September 22nd 2020

COLLEAGUES from Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors have marked World Alzheimer’s Month by donating almost £900 to support people living with dementia. Colleagues from across the law firm’s Cumbria and Northumberland offices clocked up a total of 420 miles to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society. The five-strong team took part in the charity’s Run for Dementia, campaign which challenged participants to complete either 50 or 100 miles in 30 days. The…

Clocking the miles to raise awareness for Dementia … team round up!

August 12th 2020

Throughout July Team Cartmells have ran and walked hundreds of miles to raise awareness for dementia and have managed to raise an amazing £890 for Alzheimer’s Society. There were certainly times where it seemed like quite the challenge and there were some very tired legs, however the team are all too aware of how much harder it is in comparison for those living with dementia, especially during COVID-19. Below is…

Clocking the miles to raise awareness for Dementia … this week’s team update!

July 28th 2020

Team Cartmells have been busy running and walking for Dementia again this week with the miles on the clock increasing! The updates from the team are below: Zoe Calway Director has added an impressive 25.5 miles on the clock this week bringing the total miles ran by Zoe to 81 miles so far in July. Zoe has been to a variety of places this week and below are a few…

Clocking the miles to raise awareness for Dementia … team update!

July 14th 2020

Over the last week Team Cartmells have been busy running and walking for Dementia.  There have been many miles ran and walked by the team.  Below are some updates and stories from the last week of running and walking: Zoe Calway Director, has managed to get 32 miles on the clock this week bringing her overall total to 60.5 miles already in July. One of Zoe’s favourite runs this week…

Clocking the miles to raise awareness for Dementia

July 8th 2020

Team Cartmells will be taking on a 50 / 100 mile run or walking challenge for Dementia during July to raise awareness and funds to help the Alzheimer’s Society who support people living with dementia. Covid-19 has been difficult for everyone but it is hitting those living with dementia the hardest.  Alzheimer’s Society’s ability to increase their support is at risk and is estimated to cost millions. Those taking part…

Team continue to go extra mile for their clients during Covid-19 lockdown

July 8th 2020

At Cartmell Shepherd we value and encourage client feedback and we regularly review the feedback we receive.  As part of our commitment to improving the services we provide we send our clients a feedback questionnaire at the end of every matter or case. The most recent feedback shows that our teams, even through these tough and unprecedented times of the pandemic, have continued to go that extra mile for their…

How have you adapted to working from home during lockdown?

June 16th 2020

Zoe Calway Director talks about how she has adapted during lockdown. Where are you working from now? Home.  I regularly spend part of my week working from home so I am lucky to have a dedicated office with everything I need.  I even have an office dog.  She’s an old Springer Spaniel.  The sound of her snoring away is quite comforting. What has been the most difficult about working remotely?…

Court corrects ‘unintended windfall’ error in man’s will

June 9th 2020

By Zoe Calway Director The High Court has corrected a clerical error in a man’s will that would have given his nephews and nieces an unintended windfall. Patrick Joseph Kelly was born in Ireland but moved to England, where he remained until his death apart from visits to his family.  He never married and had no children. In 2010, he made a will in Ireland appointing his brother Vincent as executor…

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