A successful May for The Living Room and SA Law

Tue 16th May 2017

We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who sponsored us for the recent Dragon Boat Race that took place on Saturday 13 May, and helped us raise over £500 for The Living Room.

The Living Room is an award-winning addiction recovery charity, with treatment centres in Stevenage and St Albans. The exceptional range of services offered at these centres includes free structured day treatment, support for parents of addicts, workshops and group therapy sessions, and an on-site crèche.

We are delighted to report that the SA Law team came second in the Dragon Boat Race, and had a great deal of fun getting there. In fact, there’s still time to help us raise money for this excellent local cause at our fundraising page.

Our support to The Living Room continues on 29 June when we sponsor a performance of “Love Song” by Abi Morgan in The Studio of the Abbey Theatre in St Albans. This play follows the story of a couple at the start of their relationship, and at the end of their married life. Played by two sets of actors, the lives and choices of the couple intertwine to create a beautiful depiction of marriage with all its romance, practicality and flaws.

This will be an intimate evening, with only 78 seats. There is a recommended ticket price of £12, and the event will include a raffle, with all proceeds going to The Living Room. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite. 

CONTACT TRACY

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Tracy Lacey-Smith on 01727 798016. 

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