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Law firm Greene and Greene raises £43,000 for St Nicholas Hospice since 2011

PUBLISHED: 16:51 13 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:51 13 August 2018

Cheque presentation to Nick Duncan of St Nicholas Hospice by Martine Swaep and Suzanne Wiseman of Greene and Greene.

Cheque presentation to Nick Duncan of St Nicholas Hospice by Martine Swaep and Suzanne Wiseman of Greene and Greene.

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Bury St. Edmunds law firm Greene & Greene Solicitors has been supporting Wills Weeks in aid of St. Nicholas Hospice Care since 2011.

A Bury St Edmunds law firm’s fundraising total for a hospice has topped £43,000 after a gift aid top-up.

Greene and Greene Solicitors has been supporting Wills Weeks in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care since 2011.

In the past eight years Greene & Greene has received donations totalling £35,831. And now with a gift aid top-up from HMRC of £7,542.75, the final total has reached £43,373.75.

The money was raised through donations from clients and the work of the private client team at the firm.

Trusts and estates practitioner Martine Swaep said: “We offer 25 appointments during Wills Weeks and they are all booked well in advance of the cut-off date with a significant number of people opting to join a waiting list should a late cancellation become available. We are astounded once again by the generosity of our clients and grateful for their continued support of such a worthy cause.”

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