Published 11th October 2019 | Community & Events, OM&M News

Lawyer takes part in London charity walk for diabetes sufferers

London Bridges Walk

Sarah and friends proudly show their medals

A lawyer and her friends have raised over £500 for Diabetes UK in the London Bridges Challenge. 

Sarah Crook joined friends on Sunday to take part in her second London Bridges Challenge, and fundraise for Diabetes UK.

Sarah, who is our Wills, Probate and Lasting Power of Attorney lawyer, has several family members and friends who are affected by the condition.

Sarah said;

“I am so pleased that my friends and I have been able to raise over £500 for such a worthwhile charity, which sadly does not get much exposure. The walk was great fun and we didn’t get too wet!”.

Sarah raised £345 in the same event last year.

Each week thousands of people in the UK suffer from heart attacks, strokes, blindness and other life-threatening complications, because of diabetes. Diabetes UK is the leading charity for people affected and fight to prevent suffering and support those living with the condition.

To contribute to Sarah’s cause, simply visit her Just Giving page here.


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