Weston Hospicecare’s sixth annual Make Your Will Week, held in March, has been pronounced a resounding success, with solicitor’s firms across the area topping last year’s total by raising £20,030 to help fund care for local people with life-limiting illnesses.

The Week was supported by five local firms – John Hodge Solicitors, Bennetts, Holley and Steer in Burnham on Sea, Powells Law, Wards Solicitors and Bartlett, Gooding and Weelen in Cheddar.  Between them, they wrote Wills for 167 people, free of charge, in exchange for donations to the hospice.

Sally Davis, from Weston Hospicecare, said, “The hospice receives amazing support from these firms.  We are very grateful to all the solicitors who generously gave their time and expertise to support Make Your Will Week and to those people who took the opportunity to make their Wills and made donations.”


PHOTO shows:  Solicitors from some of the participating firms with Paul Winspear CEO with their MYWW award certificates Left to right: Emma Brown (John Hodge Solicitors), Rebecca Parkman (Wards Solicitors), Ian Shipton (Powellslaw), Paul Winspear, Katrina Bourton and Emily  Moberley (Wards)

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