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Hampson Hughes & Caudwell Children Launch Partnership

Hampson Hughes Solicitors proudly launched its exclusive supportive partnership with Caudwell Children on Wednesday 19th February. The event took place at our Edward Pavilion HQ and saw the charity launch their unique service to Merseyside, meaning support is now available for families with disabled children.

Before Hampson Hughes Solicitors joined forces with Caudwell Children, the charity unfortunately could not help families in our region. We’re proud to have made this possible for Caudwell Children.



Hampson Hughes Solicitors Launch Charitable Foundation

Hampson Hughes Solicitors are pleased to announce the launch of the Hampson Hughes Charitable Foundation. The trustees and staff have chosen four great ‘Charities of the Year’ for 2014. We will be undertaking a number of challenges and fundraising activities across the year in order to raise money for all these very worthwhile causes and would really appreciate your help  – any donations large or small will be greatly appreciated by both ourselves and the charities we are supporting!

(donations can be made to the Hampson Hughes Charitable Foundation by cheque, bacs or cash (bank account details: Hampson Hughes Charitable Foundation, 306562, 28015768 ).

We will keep you updated on the amounts we raise for each of the charities and all the upcoming activities we have planned and please be assured that Hampson Hughes Solicitors or the staff themselves will fully fund the cost of undertaking any challenges/fundraising activities therefore 100% of all donations will go to the charities themselves.

First Challenge – Cuban Revolution Cycle – March 2014

The first challenge of the year is the Cuban Revolution Cycle in March which will see Paul Hampson, John Hughes and Stephen Hampson cycle for 10 days and 350kms across Cuba from Havana to Trinidad!



Charities of the Year

Positive Futures


CHICS Childrens Cancer Support Group


Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY)


Alder Hey Childrens Charity