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Festive fundraising and events at Stone King

Stone King’s offices were a riot of Noel-inspired knitwear as part of a festive fundraiser for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day.

The annual event is designed to spread some Christmas cheer with those decked out in plush pullovers making a donation to the children’s charity.

From sequins to silly seasonal offerings, Stone King’s people took part to help children around the world have better futures.

Meanwhile, Stone King’s Bath office collected items for the Bath Child Contact Centre. The children’s contact charity had a stall at Bath Christmas Market, with Caroline Fell, Head of Family & Mediation at Stone King and also a trustee for the charity, said the donations were well received.

“I am so grateful on behalf of Bath Child Contact Centre to everyone who donated a gift for their Bath Christmas Market stall,” Caroline said. “The contact centre is vital in helping to preserve relationships between children and parents, something which can have such beneficial out for young minds and play a key part in helping them achieve good outcomes in life.”

The centre provides a safe venue for children, enabling them to spend time with the parent with whom they do not live, allowing bonds to be preserved and sometimes rebuilt.

In addition to the charity fundraising, Stone King isn’t sending Christmas cards to help the environment. Instead, the national firm will make a donation to The Trussell Trust nationwide network of food banks.

There were also some distinctly hairy happenings at Stone King as part of Movember.

Trainee Solicitor Conor McDonald and Digital Marketing Manager David Bromley took part in the hirsute challenge, with their efforts raising hundreds for men’s health.

Conor was part of a group effort called Worsley’s Cherry Checkers, who collectively raised £1,590, while David notched up nearly £200.

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