Monday October 17 2016

Solicitors Roberts Jackson get Halloween underway

Industrial Disease law firm, Roberts Jackson, has held its annual Halloween fundraising day, drumming up £500 for an international charity dedicated to children affected by life-changing diseases.

Solicitors Roberts Jackson get Halloween underway

Fierce Competition

Employees at Roberts Jackson are keen fundraisers and competitors, taking the annual Halloween Pumpkin Carving and Baking competitions very seriously!

Teams had one hour to turn their pumpkins into something fabulous before they were presented to the firm’s leaders Karen and Oliver Jackson to pick a winner. 

On the winners, Oliver Jackson said:

“They were all absolutely brilliant, it was a really hard decision this year.  The decisions were made based on innovation, relevance, impact, simplicity, and imagination.  Well done to everyone who took part!”

Great Wilmslow Bake-Off

On the fantastic bake sale, Gladys Swaim Rutter, Executive Director, said:

“Many of our staff are keen bakers and every year they raise their game.  We had such an impressive spread that it was impossible to choose just one cake.  The winnings of £75-worth in vouchers were shared amongst the top three,Vicky Fowles for her delicious Bakewell Tart, Charlotte Grundy for her impressive Victoria Sponge, and Leila Bridgett for a superb Strawberry and Elderflower Cake.”


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