Last weekend, Lawrence Stephens attended a 6-a-side charity cricket day organised by Prideview Group. The event saw 12 teams go head to head for a chance to win one of three trophies on offer. With Read more...
Last weekend, Lawrence Stephens attended a 6-a-side charity cricket day organised by Prideview Group. The event saw 12 teams go head to head for a chance to win one of three trophies on offer. With over 300 spectators, the aim of the day was to provide a memorable day out for those from the property and business community whilst raising as much money as possible for charity.
This year’s chosen charity was One Kind Act, which is currently supporting three projects in London, India and Tanzania including The Real Junk Food Project in NW London, for which proceeds will fund a new kitchen for the project which recycles around 1 tonne of wasted food a week. The scheme will come to the benefit of 100 struggling residents in Burnt Oak, London. The Ab Jeetega India Foundation provides sporting opportunities to underprivileged young athletes across India and Made With Hope, Tanzania aims to accommodate a further 135 underprivileged children in a private primary school in Arusha.
The cricket culminated with a charity auction of cricket memorabilia and the ever popular Ladies Bowl-Out, which saw around 50 women try their luck in the hopes of winning a Fendi handbag. The final 3 consisted of top property lawyers competing against each other, with Lawrence Stephens’ very own Associate Solicitor Rima taking home the highly coveted prize!
We would like to thank Prideview Group for organising the hugely successful event. With over £150,000 raised for charity since the event began 8 years ago, Lawrence Stephens are proud to have taken part.
If you would like to find out more about Prideview Group and the annual cricket cup, including a list of participants and sponsors, please click here.