Kings makes par with £5k for charity

Lisa Burke of CBIT, Stephen Loxton and Laura Wolstencroft of Kings Chambers

Manchester-based barristers set Kings Chambers raised almost £5,000 for charity at its annual golf day fundraiser, held at Mottram Hall in Cheshire.

More than 60 leading lights from across Manchester’s business and professional service community got into the swing of things to raise £4,920 for Kings’ long-term charity partner, Child Brain Injury Trust.

The charity works to support families across the country who have children suffering from brain injuries resulting from accident or illness.

It’s the seventh consecutive year the golf day, which was sponsored by BCN Group, Frenkel Topping, Office Team and RMS has been held.

Stephen Loxton, chief clerk at Kings Chambers, said: “Our annual golf day is always a terrific event and it’s fantastic that we’ve been able to raise such an impressive sum for Child Brain Injury Trust.

“It’s a charity that helps some of the most vulnerable children in our society and we’re tremendously proud to support the great work it does to help children and families who find themselves in some of the most difficult circumstance imaginable.”