Law firm Myerson celebrated the launch of its new Altrincham headquarters with a party attended by over 500 people.
Myerson recently completed its refurbishment of Grosvenor House and the entire 90-strong firm has now moved into the modern 20,000 sq ft Grade A office building, having previously been based in and around Regent Road.
The launch night had an “around the world” theme to showcase Myerson’s membership of the MSI Global Alliance, one of the world’s leading associations of independent legal and accountancy firms.
It featured different entertainment and cuisine from Brazil, China, USA, Italy, France and the UK with a Las Vegas themed charity casino, Samba band, caricaturist, real ale bar, ice cream parlor and French desserts and cheese buffet.
The charity casino and other entertainment raised money for The Weekend Day Centre for Dementia Care and The Counselling & Family Centre, the two local charities Myerson is supporting in 2017.
Local MP Graham Brady officially cut the ribbon to open the new offices, while other attendees included prominent local businesses, clients and contacts of Myerson and Tim Wilson, CEO of MSI Global.
Pictured top (l to r): Graham Brady MP, managing partner Carl Newton, senior partner Tim Norman and partners Akeel Latif, Joanne Evans and Richard Lloyd