Back in August, Managing Partner Ian Robinson and trainees, Dan Norris, Georgia Chandler and Jonathan Rees , abseiled the Portsmouth Spinnaker Tower, raising money for the two charities, Rowans Hospice and Beaulieu Respite.
Jane, who is a part-time receptionist at the Churchers Ryde office, has a personal connection with Beaulieu Respite, who create a safe haven for children with complex disabilities, where they can make friends in a safe and happy environment, whilst also allowing their parents some time to recuperate. Entirely run by volunteers, the presence of this charity, means that fewer families go into crisis, or result in parents being separated from their children.
Managing Partner Ian Robinson visited Beaulieu Respite in the Isle of Wight, to present them with a donation of £2000 on behalf of Churchers Solicitors, to thank them for all the hard work they continue to do, changing the lives of both individuals and their families.
From left to right:
Abbie Rydings- Senior Care Assistant
Tony Wake Chair of Charity
Brendan, regular visitor to the respite centr
Corrinne Beere, care assistant.
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