John Barkers Solicitors is proud to offer legal services to the great people of Staffordshire. We have been in operation since 1884, and throughout our years of experience, we have developed expertise in areas such as civil law, criminal law, family law, property law and more. Our commitment to providing clients with quality service at an affordable price has remained unwavering ever since our founding.
At John Barkers Solicitors, we specialize in a variety of legal services. Our team is experienced in civil law, criminal law, family law, property law and more. We are proud to offer our expertise to the people of Staffordshire and guarantee quality service at an affordable price.
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We are proud to offer our top notch legal services to all of Staffordshire and its surrounding towns and villages. From the bustling city of Stoke-on-Trent to the gorgeous rural landscape of Cannock Chase, from the ancient market town of Uttoxeter to the quaint village of Leek – we have got you covered!
We understand that when it comes to legal matters, you don't want just any old service - you want someone who will go above and beyond for you. That's why at John Barker's Solicitors, we take pride in providing personalised attention that caters to your unique needs. Whether you need help with property transactions, family law matters, immigration services or any other area of law - we are ready to help
Staffordshire is one of the oldest counties in England with its roots going back as far as the 11th century. It's had an illustrious past full of kings and battles but that's all part of what makes it such a fascinating place today.
The county of Staffordshire has a rich and vibrant history. In the 11th century it was ruled by Lady Godiva's husband, Leofric, Earl of Mercia. The area then became part of William the Conqueror's kingdom in 1066 after his successful invasion of England. Throughout its history, the region saw many different rulers before becoming an official county in 1557.
Staffordshire is located in central England and borders Cheshire to the north, Warwickshire to the east, Worcestershire on its southern side and Shropshire to the west. It is within easy reach of major motorways including the M6, M54 and M42.
Staffordshire is well situated for transport links with a number of ports and airports close by. The county has direct access to the UK's largest port at Liverpool which lies just north of it on the Irish Sea. Birmingham International Airport provides further connections to destinations around the world while East Midlands Airport is also in close proximity.
The county has an impressive industrial heritage that's still going strong today. Pottery remains a key local industry, with Wedgwood and Spode both having their roots in the area. There are numerous other businesses located within Staffordshire including automotive firms, engineering companies and leading universities.
The population of Staffordshire is estimated at over 1 million people. The towns of Stoke-on-Trent and Tamworth make up two of the county's biggest settlements while Lichfield is a smaller cathedral city with a strong historical connection.
Staffordshire has seen considerable investment in recent years, particularly in terms of infrastructure projects such as railway lines, motorways and airports. The county has also played host to the world's largest business park, located near Cannock. This enterprise zone is home to hundreds of businesses and has attracted millions of pounds in investment.