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Pullen Davies Solicitors

Nigel Pullen relocated to Cornwall in 1984 opening an office in the centre of Perranporth. Over the following 35+ years he has worked closely with the local community offering a wide range of legal services.


28/10/20: RECRUITING NOW – we urgently need an experienced, full-time residential conveyancer to join our very busy team.

Interested applicants should please send their CV in full confidence to


24/03/20: Given last night’s announcement by the PM, our office will be closed. However, we will still be able to work for you albeit in a more-remote way with staff now based at home for at least 3 weeks. Please use direct contact e-mail addresses wherever possible to contact Nigel, Vanessa, Stephanie, Julia, Anthony & Paul. Thank you for your forbearance & cooperation in these challenging times.

If you need to speak with a specific fee earner, please telephone the office number as usual and listen to the message to be connected directly to him/her


Please Note: Given the constantly-changing advice we are all seeing/hearing in the media, we must do what we can to reduce the risk of contracting or spreading the Covid-19 virus, a number of staff have underlying health issues so, in the circumstances, we have taken the decision not to see clients face to face unless it’s an absolute emergency with no other means of communication available. Please continue to use existing e-mail addresses and telephone numbers. Thank you for your understanding.


Since Nigel took over the Davies Partnership in St Agnes, the Firm has continued to expand and whilst our focus has remained with the Cornish community, we now act for clients nationally and even worldwide who have come to appreciate our local knowledge, personal service and attention to detail.

The Directors of Nigel Pullen Solicitor and Davies Partnership Solicitors have taken the decision to rebrand the two businesses and we will now be using the name Pullen Davies Solicitors. The Firm will be based in St Agnes with the Perranporth office having closed.