No5 Chambers Support the Midland Legal Support Trust in 10k Run

Mon, 28 May 2012

No5 Chambers took part in the 10k Birmingham Legal Walk recently to raise funds for the Midland Legal Support Trust.
 
It was a fantastic evening for the 5th annual Birmingham Legal Walk. The sun was shining as everyone congregated in the heart of Birmingham City Centre for a group photo before Mr Justice Flaux announced the start of the Walk and led the walkers on their way. 
 
The Birmingham Legal Walk brochure raised £1,300 for the Trust. The Midland Legal Support Trust are very grateful to No5 Chambers and all of the Birmingham businesses that placed advertisements.
 
To find out more about the Midland Legal Support Trust, please visit: http://www.mlst.org.uk/. 
 
If you wish you make a donation to the Midland Legal Support Trust, you can do so online here: https://www.charitygiving.co.uk/midlandlegalsupport.
 
So far the MLST have raised over £8,000 and with corporate sponsorship monies and individual sponsorship forms still to come in they are looking on target for another successful fundraising event. 
 
All money raised goes to support law centres and other providers of free legal support and advice across the Midlands. The advice and assistance offered by these agencies to some of the most vulnerable people in our society is vital and they need our help now more than ever.
 

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