Solicitors Get Down & Dirty for Charity

by | May 30, 2015 | Blog Posts

A group from Levi Solicitors has taken part in a 5km obstacle course in aid of Cancer Research Charity. The female-only race, called “Race for Life – Pretty Muddy” took place on 30th May in Leeds. Marie Johnson, Janet Babington, Stephanie Jaryckyj, Jessica Jaryckyj, Sharon Russell, Nicola Johnson, Jo Wilson, Laura Hitchen and Lisa Wilson from Levi took on the challenge of crawling, sliding and climbing through mud filled pools. Their efforts saw them raise nearly £300 for the charity.

“We all have experienced the devastations of cancer and were eager to get involved raising funds for such a fantastic cause,” Marie Johnson, legal secretary

“Today was a far cry from our usual day to day, but I feel accomplished to know we are that one step closer to a cure for cancer. Cancer plays dirty… but so can we.” Janet Babington, Practice Manager

 

– Leeds & Yorkshire Lawyer Magazine, Issue 134.

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