CooperBurnett of Tunbridge Wells go out of their way to help ellenor

    LEGAL TEAM (L-R) Lisa Connolly, Katie Hilsdon, Gareth Warner, Charlotte Richardson and Victoria Sampson (missing: Andrew Hawkins)

    SIX members of staff at Tunbridge Wells-based law firm CooperBurnett are undertaking a marathon 26-mile walk next month to raise money for the hospice charity ellenor.

    The Walkathon challenge on Sunday July 2 involves trekking from Tower Bridge back ellenor’s adult hospice in Gravesend.

    ellenor is known for providing hospice care to children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions in the comfort of their own home. 

    When ellenor was CooperBurnett’s charity of choice, the company raised more than £15,000.

    “I should probably commit to doing a bit more training,” said Victoria Sampson, ellenor’s ambassador. 

    “But I am hopeful that, by applying ‘mind over matter’ I will complete the walk.

    “I am so inspired by the vital work which ellenor does – so I am hoping that will encourage me along the way.”

    Hayley Brown, Events Manager at ellenor, said: “This is a hugely popular fundraiser for our charity, and we are expecting 100 people to take part this year. 

    “The funds raised will make a huge difference to families facing terminal illness across Kent. In the Tunbridge Wells area all our children’s hospice care is provided in the sanctuary of the family home.”

    To sponsor the CooperBurnett team, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cooperburnettwalkathon