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Wards Solicitors getting active for charity

  • 12th Jun 2013

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Last year Bradley Stoke Wills & Probate specialist, Tom Scoffham, had the brilliant idea that he should compete in the National Three Peaks Challenge in June 2013 in order to raise money for Wards’ Charity of the Year, The Jessie May Trust.  He convinced Pam Williams (Trainee Solicitor), Ian Williamson (Disputes) and six of his friends and business contacts to join him and on 15th June 2013, after 6 months of training in the rain, wind and snow, they will all be attempting to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon, the highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales within 24 hours.

Wards Solicitors have generously agreed to contribute towards the cost of the challenge by paying for the minibus.

To sponsor, and for more details on the team and the challenge, please follow the link below.

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/TheThreePeaksChallenge2013

At the same time, Bradley Stoke Disputes specialist, James Taylor will be leading a sponsored cycle ride around the various Ward Solicitors offices (and region), once again, in aid of the firm’s charitable fund.

You can cheer them on at various points along the way:

Office

Arrive

Depart

Distance to next office

Bradley Stoke

0900

8.5

Yate

0945

0950

8.5

Staple Hill

1035

1040

4.5

Broad Street

1105

1115

9.5

Nailsea (lunch)

1205

1230

5.25

Portishead

1300

1305

6.25

Clevedon

1345

1350

11.5

Worle

1445

1450

2.25

Weston-super-Mare

1510

 

Once again, if you’d like to sponsor the group, made up of Wards Solicitors’ staff and clients, you can follow the link below.

www.virginmoneygiving.com/team/tourdewards

The money raised through these two pages will go to Quartet Community Foundation, who manages the Wards Centenary Fund and will in turn transfer it to the charity.

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