11 May 2014 0 Comments
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Withy King get their hats on for Headway

Solicitors and support staff from Withy King wore a colourful assortment of hats to work on Friday (16 May) to mark national Action for Brain Injury Week.

Withy King’s involvement in Hats for Headway Day raised over £250 for brain injury charity, Headway – one of the firm’s chosen charities for the year.

“It was great to receive so much support from colleagues who wore a wide variety of hats, many homemade, to work in the name of Headway,” said Stuart Brazington, head of Withy King’s Brain Injury team, who helped to co-ordinate the event. “The monies raised will help to assist them in the vital work they do in supporting people affected by brain injury.”

Withy King staff wearing their hats for Headway in Oxford

Withy King staff wearing their hats for Headway in Oxford

...in Swindon

…in Swindon

...and in Bath

…and in Bath

Withy King will be undertaking fund-raising activities throughout the year for Headway, Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Bath RUH’s Forever Friends Appeal.

A summer of sponsored sport is planned. This includes the Three Peaks Challenge which will see a team of 24 walkers and four drivers from Withy King scaling Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon in less than 24 hours, starting on the 12 June. Teams from Withy King will also be participating in the 60-mile Bike Bath cycle ride on 28 June and Bike Oxford cycle ride on the 7 September.

If you would like to support Withy King’s summer of sporting activities for good causes, please visit http://www.justgiving.com/teams/WithyKingSummerofSport

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