Mad Hatter’s Tea Party raises more than £4,000 for charity

From left:  Rachel Parsons, Francesca Barry, Rhiannon Daniel and Lisa Tura
From left: Rachel Parsons, Francesca Barry, Rhiannon Daniel and Lisa Tura
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A LAW firm raised more than £4,000 for a children’s charity.

Trethowans Solicitors’ personal injury team has raised more than £4,000 for The Child Brain Injury Trust with an Alice in Wonderland themed dinner.

(L to r) Rachel Parsons (CBIT), Francesca Barry (CBIT), Rhiannon Daniel (Trethowans) and Lisa Turan (CBIT)

(L to r) Rachel Parsons (CBIT), Francesca Barry (CBIT), Rhiannon Daniel (Trethowans) and Lisa Turan (CBIT)

CEO of the Child Brain Injury Trust Lisa Turan said: ‘The Trethowans dinner was a fantastic success.

‘We thank all of the people who supported this event.’

The money raised through the auction and raffle will fund over 75 hospital visits for the Child and Family Support Team.

Lisa added: ‘We are delighted to be working in partnership with Trethowans and welcome the firm on to our Legal Support Service which provides families with expert advice when a child has suffered a brain injury.’

Senior associate in the personal injury team and organiser of the event Rhiannon Daniel said: ‘Sadly in my line of work I see all too often the devastating effect that brain injuries can have, not just on children but on their entire family.

‘The Child Brain Injury Trust does an amazing job in supporting those families, with everything from initial hospital admission through to community support.

‘It is our pleasure to support and raise significant funds for this worthwhile charity.’