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BURNLEY solicitor David ...
BURNLEY solicitor David Knagg has retired after more than 40 years - and is marking the occasion by jetting off to South America.Born in Burnley, Mr Knagg attended Burnley Grammar School before going on to study law at the London School of Economics. He
joined Smith and Smith as a trainee in 1964, and qualified as a solicitor in 1966.He
worked alongside his
father, Alfred, who was a partner at the firm, until his
retirement in 1974.
Although now retired, Mr Knagg's
licence to practice law does not run out until the end of October, so he
intends to stay in contact with the firm as a consultant until then. He is also a director of Altham's Travel, a role he will continue to fulfil.Mr Knagg
planned to spend more time with his
wife, Enid, and his
family - he
has two children from his
first marriage, Christopher and Helen, two stepchildren, John and Stephanie, and two granddaughters and three step-grandchildren.
Staff and partners at the firm gave Mr Knagg
a send-off at a farewell function at Burnley Football Club
, and presented him with an engraved mantle clock and a weekend break.
would miss much about the firm, but was looking forward to travelling.He
added: "I have enjoyed my work with clients and colleagues and it is the people I will miss.
Burnley and Pendle MG Owners Club - Club Officers
24 Stephensons Drive
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The current board of trustees is ...
The current board of trustees is made up of the Mayor of Burnley Councillor John Harbour, Couns Roger Frost, Julie Cooper, and Bill Brindle, Mr Aves, retired solicitor David Knagg, director of Burnley CVS Terry Heffernan, and Fr Roger parker, of St Catherine's Church.
http://www.burnleytoday.co.uk/ViewArticle.aspx?SectionID=12&ArticleID=2692745 BURNLEY solicitor David Knagg has retired after more than 40 years - and is marking the occasion by jetting off to South America.http://www.burnleytoday.co.uk/ViewArticle.aspx?SectionID=12&ArticleID=2692745 Tue, 10 Apr 2007 16:18:51 GMT