Hattons, together with St Helens Council’s Children and Young People’s Service, Café bocboc, Smyths Toys (St Helens branch) and Cultivate Creative, are appealing for gift donations for both children and teenagers, who may not otherwise receive gifts this Christmas.
Last weekend the Hattons team took part in the fifth annual Irn Bru Taylor Park Challenge, a special event organised by the Steve Prescott Foundation.
The charity shares close ties with Hattons through our business development manager Mike Denning, close friend of the late Steve Prescott and chairman of the highly active foundation. The event was the first to take place since Steve’s passing last November and plenty of people came to show their support for a great cause.
Hattons Solicitors is showing its support for the Steve Prescott Foundation by getting involved in their latest fundraising event. The AskVAS Walk For Precky, which started on the 5th of May, will see Hattons Business Development Manager Mike Denning and a number of volunteers and support staff walking the 900 miles that separate Land’s End from John O’Groats, all in the space of 12 gruelling days.
The walk will help raise money for the foundation and the many charities and organisations associated with it. These include the Christie Cancer Hospital, rugby league injury support charity Try Assist and the Oxford Transplant Foundation.
Stephen Bunting, is playing in the UK Open finals this Friday, Saturday and Sunday live on ITV4. Hattons Solicitors ( who sponsored and presented Stephens Pride of St Helens Sports Personality Award recently) are proud to support this local champion Stephen who won the World title, and a Pro Tour event on his first weekend at the PDC. Hattons Solicitors senior Partner Bruce Hatton said “We are really excited and very proud to be associated with such a worthy champion and hope to work with Stephen further in the future”