Middleton Ross celebrates rebrand with call for charity partners

Today we celebrate our rebrand to Middleton Ross.


Having been established in 1899, Middleton Ross & Arnot is one of the oldest businesses in Ross-shire.

The rebrand sees John Maxwell take the reins as senior partner and to celebrate, he is calling on local good causes to apply for funding support. Ross-shire youth sports teams, charities and community organisations should apply via jam@middletonross.co.uk. The Middleton Ross team will then select a cause to support, alongside our other supported organisations.

We currently sponsor Dingwall Primary School to provide PE as part of Ross County Football Club’s initiative to support schools that have had physical education provisions cut.

John Maxwell, senior partner at Middleton Ross, said: “I’m really excited to mark the launch of our new, refreshed brand in a way that gives back to the community that has supported our business for more than 120 years.

“I’m really proud to be part of the Ross-shire community and hope our new brand and website reflects the changes within it. Notably, we’ve added a Polish version of the website to reflect the diversity in Ross-shire now and to make it easier for everybody to access legal and property services.

“I’d encourage any charities, community groups, teams or organisations to apply for support. We look forward to finding out more about the worthy causes that apply - I’m sure it’s going to be difficult to narrow down the selection!”

Those interested in applying for support, should contact John via jam@middletonross.co.uk. Applicants should include details of their charity, team or group and support required.

Details of our current charity partners and previous fundraising can be found on a dedicated page of our new website here.

Good luck!

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Key points

  1. We are continuing to accept new business for professional services
  2. There is no access to solicitors in person.  Where possible we will conduct our meetings either over the phone or via video conferencing.
  3. Our offices in Dingwall and Alness are closed to the public.  Our telephone lines remain open and enquiries can be directed to 01349 862214
  4. The estate agency department has closed temporarily, as such the wider team will deal with any urgent enquiries from clients and interested parties alike.
  5. We are where possible, working remotely and protecting client confidentiality by restricting sensitive information to those who have access to secure IT.

We will continue to update this page with any further changes to our day to day business operation. 

In the meantime, stay home and stay safe.


If you have any queries about how we can still help you then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

If you have already been dealing with someone at the firm and have a query, please e-mail them first of all. E-mail addresses are found on our Team page.

If you have any general enquiries please use our Contact Us page. Thank you.


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