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Hunters race for Best Beginnings

  • August 11, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

As part of our continued support for Best Beginnings, Hunters’ charity of the year, we have decided to send a group of select lucky Hunter’s employees off on a physically enduring adventure.

On 22 September, our recruits will be undertaking a 300km cycle ride over three days from London to Paris, with the aim of raising £10,000 for Best Beginnings. James Vernor-Miles, Gregor Kleinkencht, Daniel Watson, Peter Robinson, Alison Martin, Katie Martin and David Draisey have all stepped up to the challenge!

Best Beginnings, set up in 2006, is dedicated to ending child health inequalities in the UK by focusing on the period from before a child is born to their third birthday, where the foundations of a healthy life are laid. They are committed to working towards a society where children from all backgrounds have an equal chance of a healthy start and future.

Every bit of support means something. With every donation, you are investing into a child’s life, doing your part in ensuring the best start for a child possible.

Help us achieve our goal here, and be there every pedal of the way on our twitter feed @HuntersLaw, for live updates.

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