Our work in the community

Here at Wright Solicitors we are committed to supporting our local community.

We continue to support our local community and local charity events.



We were pleased to support Black Country Day on 14th July 2017. Not only was our office dressed to impress but so were our staff.

 


 


Wright Solicitors enjoyed participating in the Birmingham Legal Walk in May and are pleased that the total raised to date is £15,207 for the Midland Legal Support Trust. We were able to raise the sum of £439 towards the total. The MLST supports local legal advice charities and their services and the money raised feeds directly back into the free legal advice sector, enabling more people to gain access to justice.

 


Team Wright Solicitors enjoyed a Quiz night at the Horn and Trumpet in Bewdley to raise funds for Cardiac Risk in the Young.


Members of the Wright Solicitors team took part in The 10k Birmingham Legal Walk on Monday 8th May. This is our second time of entering and thanks to everyone's support we raised money to help our most poor and vulnerable people in the area of Birmingham to gain Free Legal Advice.


Wright Solicitors are committed in supporting our local community whether in Dudley or Bewdley and it was an absolute pleasure to support the Rotary Club of Bewdley at the Button Oak Community Fete 2016.


We are pleased to be supporting Dudley College and look forward to working in partnership with the College over the coming months to help young people gain important experience in the world of work. Students at Dudley College provided all the catering and photography services at our recent launch of Wright Solicitors to an extremely high standard.


Wright Solicitors participated in the Birmingham Legal Walk on 6th June 2016 to help raise funds for the Midland Legal Support Trust who support organisations preventing families being made homeless, preventing destitution, helping older people gain the support to which they are entitled and helping women and children who have been trafficked for domestic servitude or prostitution. The team raised a fantastic £462.00!