Homelessness tackled with rugby tournament

A RUGBY tournament has raised more than £1,400 for a charity working to end youth homelessness.

Tuesday, 27th June 2017, 11:40 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th July 2017, 8:42 am
The team from Lambert Smith Hampton South

Held at Trojans Rugby Club, Eastleigh, the touch rugby competition was organised by Hampshire property consultancy firm Lambert Smith Hampton – which has offices in Fareham and Southampton.

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Fifteen teams of property agents, solicitors, architects and project managers from across the South Coast took part in the tournament, which raised funds for the charity LandAid, a London property charity.

The charity invests more than £1m every year in projects and is bidding to end youth homelessness by 2026.

Graham Holland, head of South Coast for LSH, said: ‘It was a privilege for us to organise this tournament for the 12th year running.’