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Mark Williams is taking part in Royal Parks half marathon!

Posted on 04th October 2023 in General, Family Law

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Caroline Bateman

Head of Business Development
Mark Williams is taking part in Royal Parks half marathon!

Mark Williams, Partner and Solicitor in our Family Care team is taking part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon 2023 for the first time this October!

The 13.1 mile race takes place on 8th October in London, where those taking part will run across four of London’s stunning Royal Parks: Hyde Park, The Green Park, St. James’s Park and Kensington Gardens.

Mark has chosen to raise money for the NSPCC, a charity that is very close to his heart due to the work that he does as part of the Family Care team where he specialises in cases involving Children. Mark has seen first-hand how professional support is fundamental to helping children who have gone through abuse. The services that NSPCC provide help to protect children at risk, support those who’ve been abused, and find the best ways to prevent child abuse from ever happening.

As part of being a responsible business, we have recently launched our positive impact programme. This means that everyone at Tozers can apply for designated funds to support the charities or initiatives that are important to them. We’re delighted that Mark was able to make use of these funds and we’re happy to donate £250 to the charity.

This is Mark’s first half marathon so please show your support for NSPCC and encourage Mark on what will no doubt be a challenging race by donating via the Just Giving link below.

Donate via Just Giving here

Best of luck to Mark and everyone taking part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon 2023!

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