Cardiff based legal firm Martyn Prowel Solicitors raised £1300 for the Welsh Children’s Cancer Charity LATCH at a fundraising evening held at Miss Jones in Whitchurch on the 24th March and since.
“We are so grateful for everyone that attended and donated to the evening.” says James Lynch, Director at Martyn Prowel. “Our aim was to raise at least £1000 for LATCH; so to surpass that by a comfortable margin – we are truly delighted.’’
The three course dinner was enjoyed by over 60 guests before the guests were wowed by card tricks performed by Bryan Gunton. The raffle and auction provided the pinnacle of the evening with prizes ranging from a round of golf, a luxury food hamper and an enviable salon experience which were kindly donated by Cardiff businesses.
“It was a brilliant night” continued Lynch. “Everyone enjoyed themselves and we are proud to have raised money for a great cause which we look forward to continuing to help in the future. I would like to thank everyone who came along to the event, close-up magician Bryan Gunton for entertaining us all and Miss Jones for being brilliant hosts.”
The children’s cancer charity LATCH was founded in 1982 by families and friends who recognised that children diagnosed with cancer need more that just medical support with their illness. They wanted the children and their families to have access to social and welfare support in order to ease some of the huge pressures, both financial and emotional, that face families with a child in treatment. The charity also plays a large role in supporting the Paediatric Oncology Units in Wales.
Established in 1996, Martyn Prowel Solicitors has specialists in all areas of law including property, litigation, family law and criminal law. The high street law firm provides high quality specialist legal services, and strives to be the friendly and approachable option for clients. They have received outstanding regular recommendations in the Legal 500 and their expertise has been recognised by the Legal Services Commission which has granted the company legal aid franchises; a mark of quality in the provision of publicly funded legal services. They are also “Lexcel” accredited which is a badge of excellence awarded by the Law Society.