Manchester offers the full range of criminal law, prison law, family law and education services.

Manchester is a major city in the northwest of England with a rich industrial heritage. The Castlefield conservation area’s 18th-century canal system recalls the city’s days as a textile powerhouse, and visitors can trace this history at the interactive Museum of Science & Industry. The revitalised Salford Quays dockyards now house the Daniel Libeskind-designed Imperial War Museum North and the Lowry cultural centre.

The recorded history of Manchester began with the civilian settlement associated with the Roman fort of Mamucium or Mancunium, which was established in about AD 79 on a sandstone bluff near the confluence of the rivers Medlock and Irwell.

Manchester’s unplanned urbanisation was brought on by a boom in textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution, and resulted in it becoming the world’s first industrialised city. Manchester achieved city status in 1853. The Manchester Ship Canal opened in 1894, creating the Port of Manchester and directly linking the city to the Irish Sea.

Manchester Liverpool Road railway station was the world’s first inter-city passenger railway station. At the University of Manchester, Ernest Rutherford first split the atom in 1917, Frederic C. Williams, Tom Kilburn and Geoff Tootill developed the world’s first stored-program computer in 1948, and Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov isolated the first graphene in 2004.




From the A57 (M), head West and take the A56 exit towards Altrincham/Deansgate.

Use the right lane to merge onto Deansgate Interchange.

Take the slight left onto Chester Road, and follow the A56.

Turn right onto John Dalton Street (A34), just after the John Rylands Library on the left.

Continue, then take a left at the end of this street onto Cross Street (A6042).

Turn right onto King Street (just after the Diesel store on the right corner).

Reeds Solicitors LLP Manchester office is located in the second building on the right, 76 King  Street.


There are multiple train stations in central Manchester. These include Deansgate, Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria.

Manchester Piccadilly is seen as the main, principle train station and is located in the southeast of Manchester city centre. It hosts long-distance intercity and cross-country services to national destinations including London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Bristol, Exeter, Plymouth, Reading, Southampton and Bournemouth. It also hosts regional services to destinations in Northern England including Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield, Newcastle and York. Finally it provides local commuter services around Greater Manchester.

Manchester has a number of free bus services, including a metroshuttle and bus services 1, 2 and 3. All buses are wheelchair accessible.

To find the office from Manchester Piccadilly station, please follow the directions below.


Walk out of the main entrance to Manchester Piccadilly Station.

You will exit where the free shuttle busses leave from.

Follow the path around on the right, then walk straight over the pedestrian bridge.

Follow the path and you will come to a road.

Cross over the pedestrian crossing and turn left.

Follow Auburn Street, then turn right onto Minshull Street

At the end of Minshull Street, turn left. Cross over the pedestrian crossing, and turn right onto New York Street.

Keep following New York Street, and continue down York Street.

At the end of the street, the road will curve around to the left. Follow it around onto Spring Gardens.

Then immediately turn right onto King Street.

Reeds Solicitors LLP Manchester office is located on the right, inside 76 King Street.

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