Murray Hills are your local community Solicitors, we pride ourselves on not only providing clients with a professional legal service but also the local community with a friendly team, local charities with donations, local clubs with support and local organisations with free legal talks.
Every year we collect, take part and donate money to various charities and this year we are very happy to announce that
The Salvation Army are Murray Hills chosen charity of the year.
Mr Keith Murray, managing Director of Murray Hills said
“Every year we choose a local charity or organisation that benefits the community and do our best to assist them with their fund raising, we have, in the past, held events to raise money and our staff have undertaken activities from bike riding to marathons, this year we are very happy to be supporting The Salvation Army in Bridlington and hope to raise a great deal throughout the year for this wonderful charity”
The Salvation Army is at the heart of the community in Bridlington, dedicated to caring for people who are vulnerable or in need, offering compassionate support, a listening ear and practical help. Not only can people expect a warm welcome, there is an opportunity to attend church services or take part in the community programme that supports people experiencing isolation and homelessness.
More information on Bridlington branch of The Salvation Army can be found here
Mr Murray added
“As well as raising funds for The Salvation Army throughout the year we would also like to help promote their services to the local community and offer support and guidance to those that require the same.”
Adam Biglin, a paralegal with the firm, will be at the Bridlington Salvation Army branch every Tuesday from 12-1pm for an informal friendly chat and to offer any assistance with Wills, Probate or Power of Attorney that maybe required. Adam will be available for anyone that wishes to speak to him and always offers professional legal advice in a friendly, warm and easy to understand manner.
“I am extremely excited to interact with the local community and provide support and guidance to members of society who may not otherwise seek such help.”
Nationally, The Salvation Army runs more than a hundred social services centres to help older people, families and people experiencing homelessness, as well as those who are battling drug and alcohol addictions and more information can be found here