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Chariots of Fire Date Confirmed

We are delighted to confirm that one of Cambridgeshire’s largest annual charity events will take place on 19 March 2023, after its postponement in September following the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Chariots of Fire, a relay race founded by HCR Hewitsons Charitable Trust is celebrating its 30th year whilst its chosen charity, Arthur Rank […]

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Chariots of Fire is back on 18 September and it’s celebrating 30 years!

Runners at the ready – Chariots of Fire is 30! HCR Hewitsons, via its Charitable Foundation, not only organised but also participates in the hugely popular relay race. Teams will be pulling out all the stops in order to achieve, or exceed, the set target of £300 in sponsorship for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity (ARHC), […]

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£2,000 donation from HCR supports blind veterans

Specialist equipment which can give blind veterans in Worcestershire independence and a chance to lead the lives they choose has been funded by a £2,000 donation from Harrison Clark Rickerbys (HCR). The donation to Blind Veterans UK will help support some of the 4,000+ ex-service men and women which the charity provides with free services […]

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Putting the fun into fundraising at HCR

Christmas 2020 was the perfect time to do something really silly to raise money for the Charitable Foundation, and 38 teams from HCR took part in a scavenger hunt in the last week before Christmas. They raised more than £2,000 for the Foundation, ticking off a very wide-ranging Christmas list of items, from a partridge […]

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Legal staff help charity to bring rivers to life for pupils

Bringing rivers to life for 3,000 children over a year is the target of the Wye and Usk Foundation, which has just been given a £1,500 donation by law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ charitable foundation. The donation supports the work of Colette Mooney, head of education at the charity, who spends her time visiting primary […]

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Legal staff boost funds for victims of rape and sexual abuse

The counselling and support for those who have suffered rape or sexual abuse offered by West Mercia Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (WMRSASC) have been given a £2,500 boost by Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ charitable foundation. The funds, raised by staff through a series of challenges last year, will help the charity to continue supporting those […]

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Law firm backs musical talent in Hereford

Livewire Central, a Close House music project run each year in the centre of Hereford, has been given an £800 boost by law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ charitable foundation. The project, largely funded by Youth Music, is a music development week which takes place once a year at the Castle Green Pavilion in Hereford, during autumn half […]

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Lawyers support care for severely disabled children in Gloucestershire

Respite and nursing care for children who have life-limiting medical conditions at the James Hopkins Trust in Gloucester has been given a £2,820 boost by lawyers Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ charitable foundation. The donation, which will pay for a year’s respite care for a child, will mean that a family can rely on having a break […]

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Legal staff support hospice with funds for medical equipment

Law firm staff have funded five new syringe drivers to deliver vital medication to patients at Leckhampton Court, after a request by a lawyer whose husband was helped by the hospice staff in his last few weeks. The £5,850 donation from Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ Charitable Foundation was made in memory of him – he was […]

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