Law firm raises £4,000 for charity

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A LAW firm has raised thousands of pounds for charity at a clay pigeon shoot.

Teams from Moore Blatch, which has an office in Whiteley, raised more than £4,000 for The Rainbow Centre at a day of competitive clay pigeon shooting with the British Olympic shooting coach, Kevin Gill.

Ten teams of five guests took part in the challenge, which took place at Meon Springs, competing for the title of Moore Blatch clay shooting champions followed by a lunch and prize giving.

Donations were made towards a charity auction, including a Tiger Moth flying experience. All proceeds went to The Rainbow Centre, in Fareham, which helps children with cerebral palsy, adults who have suffered a stroke, and adults who have MS or Parkinson’s disease.

Ed Whittington, partner, said: ‘We are committed to giving back to the local community and firmly believe in supporting local charities.

‘The Rainbow Centre has done some fantastic work so we were delighted to contribute towards their funding.

‘It was a great day out, enjoyed by everyone, and we would also like to thank our special guest, Olympian Kevin Gill, for his tremendous support for the event.’