A Baking Case
Attwaters Jameson Hill solicitors recently teamed up with Harlow Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and took part in the Great Legal Bake, raising money to support the law clinic offered to Harlow residents.
With the proceeds of last year’s bake, the people of Harlow benefitted from a new Skype suite, introduced to allow individuals to talk to an advisor via video link.
We have a large office situated in the centre of Harlow, and are passionate about supporting the Citizens Advice Bureau, to allow the local community to access legal advice free of charge. We proudly raised £162 in this year’s Great Legal Bake, which was presented by one of our firm’s partners, Sheenagh Parsons, to the Harlow CAB CEO, Tiziana Groom, and Law Clinic Co-ordinator, Sarah Calder.
Sheenagh said: “Attwaters Jameson Hill feel very strongly about supporting the local people of Harlow and the Citizens Advice Bureau. It’s a vital service that provides helpful advice to those in need of professional guidance, often in times of great distress. We thoroughly enjoyed participating in the Great Legal Bake and are proud to be working in association with such a great cause”.
The Citizens Advice Bureau is a charity funded from various sources, including Harlow Council and public donations. They provide free advice on a huge range of areas, to support those in need.
Following this year’s Great Legal Bake, Sarah Calder said: “We are hugely grateful to businesses like Attwaters Jameson Hill, that have given up their time to support the Harlow Citizens Advice Bureau. Without the dedication of local donations and fundraising, the law clinic is not something we could offer residents. This year we raised just under £200 from the Great Legal Bake, which will help enhance the facilities available to the Harlow community”.