Solicitors pledge support for Eden Valley hospice campaign
Last updated at 13:31, Monday, 18 February 2013
Four solicitors’ firms have pledged their support to Eden Valley Hospice’s Make a Will Month in Carlisle.
The campaign will run throughout March in conjunction with Cartmell Shepherd, Wragg Mark-Bell, Burnetts and Beaty & Co.
Each partner solicitor is generously offering their services free of charge, in return for an affordable donation to the hospice.
Members of the public just need to contact a firm directly, quoting Make a Will Month, and visit them at one of their various offices in Carlisle, Brampton, Wigton and Dalston.
Karen Durden, trusts and legacies fundraising manager, said: “Eden Valley Hospice would like to thank all of the partner solicitors for very kindly offering their services free of charge. The campaign allows people to secure the future of their loved ones whilst supporting the hospice.”
For more information call Karen on 01228 817607 or visit www.evhospice.org.uk/makeawillmonth.
First published at 13:29, Monday, 18 February 2013
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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