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Leah Faces Her Fear For Hospiscare

Despite a fear of heights, QualitySolicitor Dunn & Baker’s Leah Harper will be doing a parachute jump from 15,000 feet on 10th June 2017 to raise funds for Hospiscare.

 As a Solicitor based in the Private Client department, Leah has come into professional contact with Hospiscare and has first-hand seen the amazing work which they do.  She has been persuaded to throw herself out of an aeroplane to raise the awareness and valuable funds for the charity.  Leah explains “I’m not good with heights and previously got stuck up the Eiffel Tower and a ladder, so this is a real challenge for me.”

 It costs Hospiscare £6.4m a year to provide a wide variety of services, with £1.25m funded by the NHS and the rest by fundraising events, community and business support.  Leah concluded by saying “this parachute jump, which, as you may have guessed, is well out of my comfort zone but worth it to raise money to support their amazing service.”

 Everyone at QualitySolicitors Dunn & Baker wishes Leah all the best on her Adrenalin Rush Challenge.


 If you would like to support Leah – please click on this link:






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Swimathon 2017 Update:

On Sunday 10th April 2017, at 7:15am Dan Pollard (Associate Solicitor in our Private Client Department) began the challenge of swimming 5 Kilometres (200 Lengths) at Newton Abbot Leisure Centre raising money for Marie Curie.

We are pleased to report that Dan smashed his target for both duration of swim and fund raising, completing the challenge in 1 hour 34 minutes and raising £215 in the process!

The timeframe for donations is still open, so please do feel free to continue donating (via ) – Swimathon 2017 is supporting Marie Curie, a charity providing care and support to people living with a terminal illness at the end of their lives. The donations will help Marie Curie to care for more people across the UK living with any terminal illness, and their families, at the time when they need it most.

Dan is pictured in the photo (second from left) sporting his Swimathon2017 5k challenge medal.

Well done Dan!