Leading Swansea law firm Peter Lynn and Partners has continued its sponsorship of successful Swansea Valley side, Ystradgynlais RFC.
The deal sees the law firm continue its support of the club as they begin their season in WRU Division 2 West Central.
Janelle Carter-Jones, Wills and Probate specialist at the firms Ystradgynlais office commented “It’s a real pleasure to continue our involvement with the club as they are the cornerstone of the community and fly the flag for the village throughout the season”.
The deal is another example of the law-firm investing in grass roots sport, an aspect of their corporate social responsibility activity that is integral to the marketing strategy.
Swansea based law firm Peter Lynn and Partners have sponsored the Under 14 Welsh Mounted Games team at the recent 2106 European Championships in Luhmuhlen, Germany.
The team, who placed 4th overall, were made up of Izzy Lynch, Georgia Griffiths, Ebony Williams, Autumn Williams, Cayli Herbert and Phoebe Yorath.
Catrin Stephens, Partner and Family Law specialist at the firm commented “we were proud to sponsor the team and help in their success as the trip was a fantastic experience for all involved”.
The sponsorship is the latest in series of sports based activities for the leading law firm who place sport at…
Peter Lynn and Partners has instigated on-going support to Cruse Bereavement Care through the efforts of the law-firm’s Walter Road staff.
Cruse is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland offering support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies.
Self funded and relying on the help of trained volunteers, Cruse looks to external sources to help with the running of the Morgannwg office and a chance conversation between neighbours has led to the partnership between the two organisations.
Sue Richards-Hoskin, Area Coordinator for Cruse commented “When Peter Lynn and Partners moved…
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…
Springfall Properties have secured a long-term rent from tenant Direct Health Care Services thanks to a deal structured by Darren A. Lewis of leading Welsh law firm Peter Lynn and Partners.
The 43,000 square foot site at Withey Court on Western Industrial Estate comprises both office and warehousing space and will become the new home for the specialist manufacturer of pressure area care solutions.
Darren, Partner and commercial property specialist at the law-firms Cardiff office commented, “Both Landlord and Tenant have enjoyed a long-term relationship and we were delighted to be able to structure a deal that helps both businesses”.
Leading law firm Peter Lynn and Partners have secured the Plough & Windmill pub in Bedminster Bristol on behalf of their client, a major Bristol & Southwest property developer.
The pub was acquired from Enterprise Inns in a £525k deal negotiated by Darren A. Lewis, a development and regeneration specialist with the Welsh law firm.
Mr. Lewis commented “The site acquisition is phase one in a multi-stage approach. Planning permission will be sought to begin the £3m vision for high quality housing on the site of this historic pub”.
The aim is to develop the main building in to multiple apartments with…
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.