Refuge children are given Easter delight by Bradford solicitor's appeal

GIFTS: Amy Foweather from Stachiw Bashir Green Solicitors with some of the Easter eggs that have been collected

GIFTS: Amy Foweather from Stachiw Bashir Green Solicitors with some of the Easter eggs that have been collected

First published in News

A Bradford solicitor who works with victims of domestic violence has been collecting Easter eggs to donate to children living in refuges.

Amy Foweather (pictured), a family law solicitor at Stachiw Bashir Green on Great Horton Road, has handed the chocolate over to refuges and hopes to make an Easter donation annually.

“Very often victims of domestic violence have to seek refuge with their children,” she said.

“They frequently have to flee their home, and have nothing.

“The eggs were handed out on Easter Sunday to those children who wouldn't normally get anything.

“I have received donations from staff at Stachiw Bashir Green and also Park Lane Plowden Chambers. They were extremely generous.”

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7:56pm Mon 21 Apr 14

madzippy says...

Amy you are a star,bet the kids loved them.Well done and keep up the good work.
Amy you are a star,bet the kids loved them.Well done and keep up the good work. madzippy
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