Solicitors take part in charity abseil near Shrewsbury
17th May 2012
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A team of nine brave individuals from Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors will need a head for heights when they take part in a charity abseil for the Child Brain Injury Trust in Nesscliffe.

Lanyon Bowdler, which is headed up in Shrewsbury, are members of the Child Brain Injury Trust legal directory, and the firm’s clinical negligence and personal injury departments too often see the tragedy that a brain injury can cause a family.  

The Child Brain Injury Trust is the only charity in the UK which supports children and their families after a tragic accident or illness affects their lives forever.

It is for this reason that Lanyon Bowdler were keen to support the charity abseil when they heard that it was to be held in the local area on June 23.

Taking part in the event from the firm’s clinical negligence department are Paula Nash, partner and head of department, associate solicitor Emma Broomfield, legal executive Claire Tellis-Doherty, in-house nurse Gillian Cheshire, and paralegals Julia Rutter and David Pugh.  

From the firm’s dispute resolution department there will be associate solicitor Andrew Pegg, and debt recovery administrator Natascha Hirst.  

There are still approximately 20 places available for the abseil. If anyone would like to join in the fun and raise money for a good cause, the event organiser at Child Brain Injury Trust, Anne Marie Macmillan can be contacted via email

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