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Goughs Solicitors seeks a new Charity of the Year

Wiltshire law firm Goughs is looking for a local charity to support in 2023-24.

The firm is currently supporting Julia’s House Hospice, and staff have undertaken a range of activities from baking competitions, sporting sweepstakes, dress-down days, and a skydive to raise money for the charity.

Previously the firm has raised money for Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Wiltshire Mind among others.

Partner and head of charity Emma Taylor said: “At Goughs we have a strong track record of building successful corporate partnerships with our respective Charities of the Year, having supported a wide variety of causes over the years.

“Our teams are passionate about getting involved in a varied and creative mix of fundraising efforts, both organised by ourselves and our partner charities.

“Beyond this we are keen to actively and regularly engage with you throughout the year to explore ways to work together, keeping our relationship dynamic and making the most of our twelve months of collaboration.”

Charities that are interested in partnering with Goughs can contact Emma at

Pictured: Sally Turnnidge, Natalie Kemp, and Lisa Middleton, who took part in a skydive for Julia’s House Hospice

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