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Charity Edale Walk

Posted on: 2nd September 2015

JSP staff are taking part in a sponsored walk for the Child Brain Injury Trust

We're proud to be joining Irwin Mitchell's serious injury team in Sheffield on their Charity Edale Walk to raise funds for The Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) on 17th October this year.

CBIT do great work supporting children, young people and families affected by childhood acquired brain injury and we're privileged to have been able to support the charity in various ways over the years. A number of our staff will be donning their walking boots and you can show your support by donating via our JustGiving page. No amount is too big or too small - all donations very gratefully received!

Good luck to all our hikers: Jackie Parker, Ivan Neary, Colin Bulmer, Beth Tiller, Helen Hudson, Louise Butler, Jane Warren, Denise Slack, Cat Pope, Sarah D'Arcy, Rachel Blackbourn, Rosa Neary, Sarah Turner, Caroline Jepson, Adrian Moore and Robert Wagstaff.

Fantastic news!

Thanks to an amazing show of support for our Edale walkers, we’ve raised well over £1000 for the Child Brain Injury Trust. Thank you to everyone who took part, donated and/or helped to organise the event. Here's to next year's walk!

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