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JMW helps brain injured children by taking on charity ramble for Rainbow House

Thankfully the weather was kind to JMW's Clinical Negligence department at the weekend and the sun shone as we took part in the annual Rainbow Ramble. It's a fantastic event that raises vital funds for our official charity Rainbow House and we enjoyed being a part of it once again.

Rainbow House is a lifeline for children with brain injuries, disabilities and life-limiting conditions and provides therapy and services that help them to cope with their condition. Several hundred families who depend on Rainbow House and other supporters joined forces for this year's ramble, which took walkers on either an 18 or 11 mile tour of West Lancashire, depending on how adventurous they were feeling!

The JMW team included head of the clinical negligence department Eddie Jones, clinical negligence lawyers, Katie Nolan, Steven Brown and Sue Taylor, paralegal Nick Young, marketing co-ordinator Kelly Livesey and administration assistant Carly Hardwick. The walk took place on Saturday and an enjoyable time was had by all, thanks to the rain saving itself for the monsoon on Sunday! Moreover, we have raised £640 and counting so it was most certainly worth all the blisters that we were left with!

The walk is just one of the fundraisers that the clinical negligence team at JMW take part in in aid of Rainbow House, helping to ensure children with brain injuries from across the North West can continue to access its service.

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