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Oct 10 2011

Staff Show Active Support for Community Appeal Funds

Jonathan Cudd & Richard Howe do the 10K

Prominent City Lawyers Richard Howe and Jonathan Cudd of Peter Lynn and Partners have just completed a series of fund raising races in aid of local charities.

On Sunday 25th September Richard and Jonathan ran the Swansea 10k raising money for the Gleision Miners Appeal fund.

Richard Howe said: “Jon and I enjoy running and as lawyers working in Morriston & Pontardawe we are very close to the local community. This was simply our way of trying to support the families of the Gleision Miners”.

On Sunday 2nd October Richard then ran the Pembrokeshire Half Marathon raising money for Harry’s Fund. Harry of course, being the 5 year old lad who was killed in tragic circumstances at his home in Alltwen in September.

An Appeal Fund has been set up, to raise money for a memorial for Harry and to assist children in the local community. Richard Howe said, “I am an administrator…

Oct 10 2011

We Sponsor A Local Football Club

Pontardawe AFC Richard Howe

Peter Lynn and Partners have thrown their weight behind Pontardawe Town AFC by agreeing a 1 year sponsorship deal.

Pontardawe AFC has a long and proud history stretching over 100 years and is a fundamental part of community life in The Swansea Valley. The first team play in The Welsh League Division 1, but the club fields Junior, Reserve, and Under 18 & 19 football teams.

Spokesman for the club Gary Thomas said: “We are delighted to secure the support of Peter Lynn and Partners for the forthcoming season. We are a community club and we rely on the support of…

Oct 4 2011

Internet Abuse

Have you or a family member been on the wrong end of defamatory postings on the internet or by e mail? This is becoming more common and can be extremely distressing for families where the subject of the comments has died. This abuse is called “Trolling” and the victim /family has the right to sue and /or report to the Police. There are various Acts of Parliament in place to protect victims. For advice contact Peter Lynn