Please read: disruption to our office

As some of you might have seen or heard via social or other media, the building I work out of was seriously damaged by a fire today.

Fortunately no-one was hurt in the incident but the building is still being treated by the Metropolitan Police as a crime scene and may have suffered structural damage. It will be some days before we are allowed back in.

Although I have access to business email, it may take longer than I would like to respond to messages. Moreover, my work mobile was in the building and the fire appears to have taken out all landlines and broadband.

Could I please ask that if anyone needs to contact me they do so by email or if it is urgent, Twitter (@s_pritchard). If you are offering work, help or sympathy I will call you back. If you are checking I have read your press release, I might be less kind.

We are doing our best to fulfil all work for existing clients but as I am working from a combination of home clients’ sites and cafes do bear with us.

Thanks in advance

Stephen

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About stephenpritchard
Freelance journalist specialising in business and technology, based in London (UK).

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