Leading Swansea law firm, Peter Lynn and Partners have donated training tee-shirts to the junior section of local side, Mumbles RFC.
The club, which has over 240 children aged 6 to 16 playing in its ranks, is one of the oldest in the area and are founding members of the Welsh Rugby Union. John price Junior Section Secretary, commented: “we rely on the support of parents and local businesses to keep the junior section up and running and are grateful to Peter Lynn and Partners for their kind contribution”.
The sponsorship deal reflects the importance grassroots sport has to the corporate social responsibility strategy of the firm. Peter Lynn, Senior Partner, commented “We are proud of our network of community offices and do everything we can to help sports teams in those areas and Mumbles is no different. The club has produced some true talent over the years, and we are…
Swansea City has agreed a new club partnership agreement with leading regional law firm, Peter Lynn and Partners.
The partnership enables the Swansea-based law firm to offer its full portfolio of services to the extended Swansea City family from grass-roots up.
The Swans have had a close working relationship with the company for a number of years, but this new preferred legal partnership will bring Peter Lynn and Partners even closer to the club and its supporters.
Swansea City’s COO, Chris Pearlman, welcomed the new partnership, stating: “We have an established working relationship with Peter Lynn and Partners for a variety of…
After many years as a sponsor of Wales’ only Premiership Club, Peter Lynn and Partners are proud to announce the renewal of their sponsorship agreement for the 2016/17 season.
The five-figure deal see’s the regional law-firm retain it’s headline sponsorship of the business lounge, recently rebranded as the 1912 Lounge, as well as a number of on-and off pitch locations.
Stuart Atherton, Partner and Head of HR And Employment Law at the firm commented “Sport sponsorship is at the heart of our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy and the renewal of our agreement with the Swans demonstrates the breadth of our involvement…
Leading law firm Peter Lynn and partners have signed a 3-year sponsorship agreement to become the headline sponsors of the West Wales Rugby Union.
The five-figure deal will see the law-firm’s name attached to the Cup, Shield and Plate competitions which involve 62 clubs spanning the west of Wales from Glynneath to Laugharne.
Peter Lynn, Senior Partner commented “We are proud to sponsor the union and to help continue the legacy of these historic tournaments. Having played many times in the tournaments during my rugby days, when the opportunity arose to sponsor the union, we were more than happy to do…
A recent article by the BBC highlighted the case of Cillian Willis, a former Sale Sharks scrum half who is suing the club for alleged clinical negligence over a concussion injury – http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/37173849
During a game against Saracens in 2013, Willis was twice treated for a head injury but was allowed to continue the game until the 49th minute when he was substituted.
Whilst the case is certainly unique, it may set a precedent that could change the way the game is played, especially when it comes to medical staff returning players to the field of play after a head injury assessment.
Peter Lynn and Partners have sponsored the annual South Wales Cricket Association (SWCA) tour to the Netherlands.
The tour departs on 28th August for one week and will feature 4 games, two of which will be against the Holland ‘A’ side.
Brian Jones, Team Manager commented “We are truly grateful for the firm’s contribution as it will go a long way to covering the kit costs”.
The 28-man touring party features a wide range of players from clubs across Wales and is the 90th annual tour the SWCA has organised.
Peter Lynn, Senior Partner commented “We have sponsored the SWCA for many years…
The inaugural Peter Lynn and partners cricket team took on the mighty combined strength of the Swansea Law Society in their first game at Mumbles CC on Friday 12th August.
Despite notable contributions by probate expert Ian Walker (demon fast bowler) and an inspiring exhibition of wicket keeping by veteran keeper and Employment expert Stuart Atherton, the Law Society (aided by key “new additions “to their squad ) ran out eventual winners .
The Law Society were helped in their relentless quest of win at all costs by some dubious (i.e. fair) umpiring from litigation expert Neil Jacobi who inexplicably shot…