Palmers Solicitors runs wild for Essex Wildlife Trust

Palmers Solicitors runs wild for Essex Wildlife Trust

Palmers Solicitors runs wild for Essex Wildlife Trust

An intrepid team from Essex-based Palmers Solicitors is taking to the track in support of the Essex Wildlife Trust at the charity’s Running Wild event.

On Saturday 22 June, fundraisers from across Essex will take on a 5K race like no other, tackling water, mud and obstacles – including the site’s famous 20-foot Deathslide – to support the region’s local wildlife and those who work to preserve it.

Comprising Leigh Seber-Shelley, Secretary, Karis Mowbray, Legal Secretary, Jennifer Strickland, Document Clerk, and Rebecca Johnson, Legal Secretary, the firm’s team of challengers will take on the latest of Palmers Solicitors’ efforts to support the Trust.

The firm has stood by the Trust for almost 30 years, raising donations to support improvements to the local environment – and most recently achieving a reaccreditation in 2023.

Running Wild also come hot on the heels of the firm’s 40th anniversary celebrations, which saw the team plant ’40 for 40’ – 40 trees at the Langdon Nature Discovery Park, managed by the Trust.

Practice Manager at Palmers Solicitors, Gina Newman, said: “The entire team is incredibly excited to be supporting our local wildlife charity and reaffirm our commitment to preservation work across Essex.

“I’d like to thank our runners for getting involved and raising much-needed funds for Essex Wildlife Trust, and everyone who has supported us so far.

“This will definitely be a challenge and put the team through its paces, but they’re looking forward to taking on the mud and obstacles to support this incredible charity and our local community.”

To support the team and get behind the Essex Wildlife Trust, follow the link here.