Cambridge Law Firm Race in Rudolph Run for Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust

Trio Donned Festive Outfits For City 10K


A trio of lawyers from a Cambridge law firm showed they were more Dasher than Prancer when they took to the streets in the city’s Rudolph Run on Sunday 6th December.

Phoebe Osborne, Samantha Shaw and Rob Shorrock from the Cambridge office of national law firm Irwin Mitchell donned festive reindeer and Santa outfits for the run to raise money for Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT).

They joined over a hundred other red-nosed participants, braving the cold morning to support ACT, which is dedicated to raising funds for innovation in patient care across the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

ACT champions innovation and patient care by funding state of the art technology, specialist staff, environmental enhancements and extra support for patients throughout the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Expert Opinion
“We are very proud to support such a worthwhile charity in our fundraising efforts. The Rudolph Run is a fantastic, fun way to get people into the festive spirit, at the same time as raising much-needed money for ACT.

“All of our employees in the Cambridge office are very supportive of the charities we get involved with and Irwin Mitchell is committed to being a socially responsible organisation which is passionate about helping the local communities in which it has offices.

“ACT provides a vital service in Cambridge and the region and, through providing innovative treatments and equipment, is very beneficial to our clients and the wider community.”
Neil Whiteley, Partner

Carla Brown, Corporate Fundraising Manager, Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust, said: “We were delighted to see the team at Irwin Mitchell turn out for the Rudolph Run again this year! Our events raise vital funds for the patient care at Addenbrooke’s and we are very thankful for the support that Irwin Mitchell continues to give us throughout the entire year.”

To find out more about the charity, please visit: The trio are still fundraising for ACT on their JustGiving page: