Make a will week

Local solicitors present their 'Make a Will week' grand total cheque presentation to St Catherines Hospice. From left, back, Dawn Plant (of Pinkney Grunwells), Catherine McNeil (of Thorpe & Co), Laura Fahy (North Yorkshire Law), Lynne Smith (Pearsons and Ward), Chris Walton (Crombie Wilkinson), David Marshall, director of fundraising, front, Victoria Lancaster (of Lancasters Solicitors), Ian Westmoreland, chairman of the hosdpice trustees, and Lee Barker, hospice chief executive.  Picture by Andrew Higgins  123830   20/09/12

Local solicitors present their 'Make a Will week' grand total cheque presentation to St Catherines Hospice. From left, back, Dawn Plant (of Pinkney Grunwells), Catherine McNeil (of Thorpe & Co), Laura Fahy (North Yorkshire Law), Lynne Smith (Pearsons and Ward), Chris Walton (Crombie Wilkinson), David Marshall, director of fundraising, front, Victoria Lancaster (of Lancasters Solicitors), Ian Westmoreland, chairman of the hosdpice trustees, and Lee Barker, hospice chief executive. Picture by Andrew Higgins 123830 20/09/12

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LAWYERS from Whitby last week proved that they do have a heart, by presenting a cheque to St Catherine’s Hospice.

As part of make a will week solicitors all over the borough, including Pinkney Grunwells, Thorpe and Co. and North Yorkshire Law, who have offices in Whitby, presented the hospice with a cheque for £14,529.

David Marshall, director of fund-raising development, said: “Solicitors kindly give their expertise free of charge during Make a Will week in return for clients making a donation to the hospice. Thank you to everyone who took part and if you didn’t take advantage this year, please bear it in mind for next.”