Over Â£2,000 Raised For Child Brain Injury Trust
The Leeds office of national law firm Irwin Mitchell and barristers set Kings Chambers joined forces to host a Bollywood evening at the West Yorkshire Playhouse to raise money for the Child Brain Injury Trust.
The charity supports children, young people and their families and helps them come to terms with life changing injuries and the uncertainty that their future now brings.
The evening event featured a new musical that retells the greatest love story from the east, Laila Manju, a contemporary musical developed by the creators of Britain’s Got Bhangra.
Rory Davis, senior clerk at Kings Chambers in Leeds, said:
â€œWe’re delighted to support this important charity. Our barristers represent many local families of young people who have been impacted by serious brain injuries so we’re well aware of the fantastic work the Child Brain Injury Trust undertakes. We’re already looking forward to working with Irwin Mitchell and the charity to arrange another successful event later this year.â€
Carolyn Heaton, an expert serious injury lawyer at Irwin Mitchell’s Leeds office, said: â€œThe event at the West Yorkshire Playhouse was a fantastic experience and we were delighted to host it and help raise money to allow the Child Brain Injury Trust to continue the fantastic work it does in our area. Through our work we understand just how much of an impact brain injuries can have on young people, as well as their families, and the challenges they now have to face every day when dealing with the impact of a brain injury.â€