2019 Charity Summer Party – Thank You!

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Scott Richards, winners of the Devon & Somerset Law Society Corporate Social Responsibility Award 2018 held a second annual Charity Summer Party at The Humber Barn on Friday 7th June 2019.  The event was in support of our chosen charitable trusts, the local Louisa Cary Children’s Ward at Torbay Hospital and our own Scotty’s Travels.

The Louisa Cary Ward is a dedicated children’s ward for children of all ages undergoing inpatient medical care. Money raised for the ward enables the staff to go above and beyond, ensuring that both the children and their families are comfortable and well looked after during their stay. Hospital stays can be a really distressing time for all involved, and the funding raised goes towards providing added extras to reduce this distress.

Scotty’s Travel is a charitable trust set up by the Partners of Scott Richards Solicitors. The trust aims to send a local child who is going through a hard time and their family on holiday for some quality time together and some well-deserved respite. Our mascot, Scotty, travels all over the world, raising awareness and each tagged photo of Scotty in a new destination earns the trust a further donation.

A wonderful night of food and live music from Soul Connection and the well-known local band, Mafia 4 was enjoyed by everyone.  The weather unfortunately meant that the whole event ended up indoors – but this didn’t seem to spoil the fun!

The final figure to be shared between The Louisa Cary Ward and Scotty’s Travels is £3,420.00.

Thank you to everyone who bought tickets, made a bid at the auction or bought raffle tickets.  A massive thank you to all those who donated a huge range of really generous prizes for the raffle or otherwise helped to make this event a success.  They are listed below.

• Torbay Sands Hotel
• Alive Gym
• The Lemon Tree
• Teignmouth Golf Club
• Shaldon Wildlife Trust
• Exeter Racecourse
• Guardhouse Café, Brixham
• Teignmouth Pavilions
• River Dart Country Park
• Saddles & Paddles
• Woodlands Family Theme Park
• Plymouth Aquarium
• Below Decks
• Forever Beautiful Hair Salon
• Lazy Jacks
• NaughTEA But Nice
• Rustic Kitchen
•  Ashcombe Activities
• World of Country Life
• Ocean Hair & Beauty
• El-Nashar Dental Care
• Oystercatchers Café
• Boho Reloved
• Chicy Racheal
• Scallywags
• Fork Handles
• Finley Browns
• Charlotte Taylor Photography – pictures underneath all courtesy of Charlotte Taylor Photography
• Passage House
• Plectrumb    

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