No5 Chambers Sponsors CAB Charity Luncheon

Fri, 12 Jul 2013

No5 Chambers sponsored a charity luncheon for the Citizens Advice Bureau on Monday, 8th July.

The event was held at Maple House in Birmingham, and No5's Practice Director Tony McDaid was one of the speakers. There were also speeches by Joyce Harrison, a CAB volunteer and Justice Williams MBE, the editor of City and Style Magazine.

Following the speeches, there was a charity auction which raised a total of £550.

The Citizens Advice Bureau said:

"Birmingham CAB would like to say a big thank you to No 5 Chambers, who hosted our Charity Lunch yesterday. We would especially like to thank Tony McDaid, who spoke as an Ambassador on behalf of the charity. We are thrilled with the support we have received from No 5 and grateful for the organisation's help in making the event such a success. We hope our partnership will go from strength-to-strength so that both organisations can continue helping people in need in Birmingham."

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