No5 Chambers Sponsors Stephen McAleese Outstanding Contribution to Headway Award

Tue, 16 Dec 2014

Headway, the brain injury association, held its annual awards luncheon last Friday, 5th December. The awards, which were held at the Dorchester in London, paid tribute to brain injury survivors, carers, volunteers and campaigners.

No5 Chambers were pleased to sponsor the Stephen McAleese Outstanding Contribution to Headway Award, which was presented to Bill and Stella Jackman to recognise their 30 years of dedicated support to Headway Suffolk.

Bill and Stella set up Headway West Suffolk in 1985, and formally retired last October, when it merged with Headway Ipswich and East Suffolk.

Stephen McAlesse’s parents, John and Susan, presented the award to Headway Suffolk Chairman, Allastair Renton, who accepted the award on behalf of Bill and Stella as they were unable to attend. (Pictured below).

Further information about the awards can be found here.

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