Charles Price acts as pro bono consultant to charity awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Fri, 27 Oct 2017

Charles Price acted as a pro bono employment law consultant to The Crossing Boundaries organisation who have been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2017.

Charles said, ‘I am incredibly honoured to support the work of "The Crossing Boundaries' organisation which was recently awarded The Queen's Award for their work for vulnerable people in the community. They use a host of consultants who assist those who have fallen through the statutory gap.

'Crossing Boundaries' utilise professionals in psychology, health and social care management, housing, and people who have retired from district nursing and community police. These people of experience are on hand if needed with informal guidance and support."

The awards ceremony held in Southend was attended by MP Sir David Amess.

Charles Price is a member of the Employment Law Group at No5



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