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Monday 31st July 2017

Preparations are now well underway for the start of the 2017 Special Olympics and we’re excited to support our own Mark Mason, who is competing with the Yorkshire & Humberside boccia team. Held every four years, the National Summer Games is the country’s largest multi-sports event for athletes with intellectual disabilities, and represents a huge…

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Minster Law heads to the race track

Tuesday 25th July 2017

Supporting motorcyclists after an accident is at the heart Minster Law’s biking team, which is why five of our employees recently spent the day volunteering with an important biking charity. Craig Croft-Rayner, Tom Beech, Neil Hollingworth, Shairoz Ahmed and Shaun Walker recently joined The Bike Experience at the famous Silverstone racetrack in Northampton to help…

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Innovative Minster Law programme helps riders get Back to Biking

Tuesday 18th July 2017

Minster Law understands how important being on the road is to their motorcycle clients but recognises that for some riders, getting back on a bike after an accident is not always easy – as well as physical injuries, psychological issues can often play a bigger part in preventing a rider from returning to motorcycling. That’s…

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Minster Law support enables volunteers to take a break

Wednesday 12th July 2017

Three employees from Minster Law’s learning and development team have marked this year’s National Volunteers Week by giving a local charity’s volunteers a day off. Rachael Adams, Emma Peel and Amanda Hartshorne pledged their support to ageUK Wakefield for the day, enabling the charity’s regular volunteers to have a well-deserved break. National Volunteers Week, which…

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Feeding time for staff at Minster Law!

Tuesday 11th July 2017

A team of nine employees from Minster Law’s Business Systems department have been helping to support the volunteers at a popular animal charity based in York. Douglas Calvert, Karen Orton, Rebecca Williams, Jeremy Collins, Simon Gallantree, Anthony Willis, Dee Heap, Howard Child and Steve Free spent the day with Nuzzlets, a small sanctuary that provides…

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