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Specialist Lawyers Compete In Local Boat Race In Aid Of Wetherby Hospice
The Team From Irwin Mitchell Raised Over £1200 For Martin House
A team of specialist lawyers from national law firm Irwin Mitchell raised over £1200 for a local hospice by participating in an annual boat race.
The legal experts, from the firm’s Serious Injury team in Leeds, took part in the Dragon Boat Race at Roundhay Park on Sunday, 19 May, and competed against 48 teams to raise funds for the Martin House hospice for children and young people.
“The Dragon Boat Race is always a fantastic event to attend and our team did a great job, raising £1237.
This money will go towards helping Martin House continue with the amazing work they do in supporting young people and their families during difficult times.”
Carolyn Heaton - Partner
Martin House is based in Wetherby and provides care and support to children and young people with a life-limiting condition, along with their families, to live well and fully. The aim of the hospice is to offer the best possible end of life care, along with bereavement support for the families.