THE only firm of solicitors with offices in all principal Huntingdonshire market towns is set to move to new offices next year in St Ives - where the firm nearly started 170 years ago. For four generations of the Day family, the firm that is now Leeds Day has operated from offices in The Broadway - starting almost a decade before the railway came to the town in the late 1840s. Now, nearly 40 years after the railway link to Cambridge closed to passenger traffic and half a century after the line to Huntingdon carried its last passengers, it is safe for the lawyers to move to Station Road! Leeds Day's St Ives office specialises in wills, probate and estate planning, together with property work, and also has its employment team based there. Resident partner Andrew Roberts, a specialist in employment and commercial property law who has been with the firm for more than 30 years, says that the new premises will be ideal to cope with an expanding workload, as new clients feed in from villages between St Ives and Cambridge when the guided bus link opens next year.