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The Royal British Legion and our Poppy Tree at Mottram Hall

10.11.2018

We were honoured to sponsor the very special “Poppy Tree” at Mottram Hall this year, commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War. We have a particular interest in supporting the Royal British Legion, as we have a specialist military divorce and pensions division and have represented personnel of all ranks in the Army, Navy and RAF.

Charlotte Percy, Senior Associate with McAlister Family Law  based in Alderley Edge, is pictured with Julian Valentine, Parade Marshall and member of the Bollington Royal British Legion (RBL), David Thickett, Chairman of Bollington RBL, Andy Langdon, ex-Mayor of Bollington, and members of the Wilmslow RBL and Wilmslow RBL and war veterans.

Charlotte, who is expecting her first baby in February next year, said: “We believe very strongly in supporting our veterans in every way we can.  Their service to our country is something for which we are all very grateful.  Both as a firm, and as individuals, we want to help make sure they are looked after, and never forgotten.”

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