A leading Warrington law firm is celebrating supporting sport and community groups in the region.
Watsons Solicitors, which has been based in the town for 60 years, sponsors a number of local organisations and raises money for charity each year.
And 2017/18 was no exception with thousands of pounds donated and schools and sports teams benefiting from shirt sponsorship.
The firm of solicitors donated £2,000 to the Warrington Wolves Foundation, which serves to change people’s lives through sport and runs a number of projects focusing on physical, emotional, and healthy wellbeing for all ages.
The donation was presented to the club’s officials by comedian Adam Hills during the UK’s inaugural physical disability rugby league match at Victoria Park.
In addition, Watsons Solicitors sponsored Chapelford Village Primary School’s football team, which allowed the school to purchase new football kits.
And it is also active in the business community, and plays a major role in the Warrington Business Awards, which re-launched for 2018.
Partner and family law specialist Danny Hudson is on the awards committee and Watsons Solicitors is sponsoring the businesswoman of the year category, with the winner announced at the awards ceremony in June.
The awards, which celebrates the best of Warrington’s businesses, will be in aid of the Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball foundation, which supports those affected by terror attacks.
Danny said: “The people of Warrington have supported our team for many years, so we feel it is only right to give something back.
“Warrington has lots of worthwhile community projects which can achieve brilliant things with support from businesses like Watsons Solicitors.
“The sponsorship is a team effort with all of our staff getting on board to raise funds for causes that are close to home.
“If anyone is seeking support through donations or sponsorship, I urge them to get in contact with us to find out more.” Watsons Solicitors specialises in employment law, family law andconveyancing.
The team of experienced solicitors each hold various accreditations and memberships of professional bodies relevant to their expertise, while the firm’s partners oversee all areas of work.