We have recently been delighted to help with:

1)      A merger between long established community transport charities involving complex  advice on internal          restructuring and constitutional changes

2)      The setting up of a Christian resources charity serving the UK and abroad

3)      Regular advice to the UK’s largest Christian publisher

4)      Advice to a YMCA on property and employment issues

5)      The registration of Heritage Church Preston with the Charity Commission

6)      The registration of Bethesda Healing and Revial Centre with the Charity Commission

7)       The registration of Yorkshire Camps with the Charity Commission

Our clients include:

Over 70 independent churches in the Midlands and beyond

Christian Charities:
The Porterbrook Network
Grace for the Next Generation
Canaan Trust
Centre Ministries
The Chinese and Overseas Christian Mission

Social and Community Development:
Nottinghamshire YMCA
The Association of Christian Counsellors
Community Transport for Town and Country
Birchover Community Association Ltd
Nottinghamshire Chinese Welfare Association
Jericho Road Project

Medical Charities:
British Malignant Hypothermia Association
Treetops Hospice
Thyroid Patient Advocacy
Dove Cottage Day Hospice

Ambulance Heritage Society
13809 Preservation Society
Friends of the Cromford Canal

Overseas Development charities:
Uganda Child Education Trust (Kitende)
Community Anial Welfare and Conservation Trust,White Dove Educational Trust

Latest News

Introducing our Charity of the Year 2014 - "The Arches Project"

Our charity for the year is “The Arches Project” which is based on Lenton Lane in Nottingham.  The Arches Project is a series of initiatives which seek to provide a place of compassion and care for those in need, providing emergency relief in the way of practical support, creating community relationships, empowering people to grow in confidence and self worth through support groups, training opportunities and the provision of furniture, clothing,... April 15th 2014 | read more


Murray Macnab has been appointed a Director of Ellis-Fermor & Negus Solicitors after joining the well-known and long-established East Midlands Solicitors’ Practice in 2011.

Murray, a former Corporate Finance Partner with Freeth Cartwright and former Chairman of the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Branch of the Institute of Directors, will head up the Corporate and Commercial Team.

The appointment follows a busy time for the Team with half a... February 12th 2014 | read more