Main photo: L-R – Becky Oxley and Dan Bell

Over £5,500 Raised by Chadwick Lawrence for the MS Society with Leeds Rhinos at Headingley Stadium

Award-winning Yorkshire law firm, Chadwick Lawrence has raised over £5,500 in support of the MS Society as part of a recent charity lunch. The firm hosted the networking lunch on 28 November at Headingley Stadium, attended by Rugby League legends James Jones-Buchanan and Jamie Peacock who spoke at the event and guests were treated to a 2-course lunch in support of a good cause. 

L-R – Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Rob Oates

Guests generously contributed to the cause with all proceeds dedicated to the MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Society. The event not only provided a platform for in-person networking and enjoyment but also served as a testament to the commitment of Chadwick Lawrence to supporting meaningful causes.

The MS Society is a leading organisation dedicated to making a significant impact in the lives of those affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Multiple Sclerosis is a condition that affects the brain and spinal cord, causing debilitating symptoms ranging from vision, arm and leg movement and balance. The Society stands at the forefront of advocacy, support, and research in the field of neurological disorders. Committed to creating a world free of MS, the society provides crucial resources, assistance, and a supportive community for individuals living with the challenges of this unpredictable condition.

The support from attendees and contributors underscores the community’s dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of those affected by Multiple Sclerosis. “We are delighted by the overwhelming support received from our community and partners, including notable figures like James Jones-Buchanan and Jamie Peacock. The funds raised will play a crucial role in advancing the MS Society’s mission, and we are grateful for the generosity of all those involved,” said Neil Wilson, Managing Partner at Chadwick Lawrence.

Chadwick Lawrence thanks those who took part for playing their part in raising over £5,500 for MS Society. 

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