A “Taste Of The Tattoo”

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It was a lovely sunny day yesterday and I was going for a walk at lunchtime with one of my colleagues. Our office is on the corner of George Square and North Hanover Street so on stepping out we noticed that there was a crowd in the Square. We had no idea what was going on so went to see. It was a mini version of the Edinburgh Tattoo right here in Glasgow. I was brought up in Edinburgh and in the 27 years I lived there I never once went to the Tattoo so this was my first experience of the spectacle and it was great. We were treated to performances by the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force Steel Band, Highland dancers from down under, Maori warriors, Zulu dancers, an Indian cultural troupe and massed military pipe bands and drums.  The atmosphere was festive and I took some great photos. Our office certainly does have a prime location.

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About Alison Gourley

Alison graduated from Edinburgh University School of Law in 1991. She joined Mitchells Roberton in 1996 and became an Associate thereafter. Alison specialises in both commercial and residential conveyancing, advising individuals, large and small businesses, banks, charities and further education institutions on all property transactions. Having 20 years experience in property law Alison has developed excellent relationships with surveyors, independent financial advisers and banks so is ready to act swiftly and effectively to meet her clients’ needs in an ever changing property market. She enjoys getting to know her clients and is committed to giving them an efficient service and is always friendly and approachable. She is also involved with the marketing aspects of the firm and is the solicitor in the office who trains the conveyancing paralegals. Alison is married to a photographer and has one child. In her free moments she likes to keep fit. She is a talented amateur artist and loves nature and the great outdoors.

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