Law firm swaps the High Court for the high street to raise money for charity

Employees at Leamington Spa-based law firm Wright Hassall are testing their selling skills in a fundraising effort which will see 20 teams take over the running of Myton Hospice charity shops in Coventry and Warwickshire for the day.

The teams of five will be tasked with bringing as much revenue into the shops as possible as part of the four-month long voluntary initiative, going head-to-head to see which team can raise the most for the charity.

The first shop to be taken over was in Cheylesmore, Coventry, with the programme running until early December, as Wright Hassall staff operate Myton Hospice shops in Leamington, Warwick, Rugby, Nuneaton and Stratford.

Pictured: (left to right) Paul Handy (Myton Hospice), Jane Donovan, John Dormer, Sandra Grant, Hannah Carey, Sarah Hood and Erla Warmington (Myton Hospice).

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