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Jenny Carpenter and Sue Lawton from Adams Harrison attended the schools fair at the Haverhill Arts Centre from 4pm to 6pm on 13th November. Parents and students attended from Haverhill based schools, Castle Manor School, Samuel Ward School and Churchill School.
We were pleased to receive feedback from the organiser;
I hope you will all agree that between us we have managed another successful event to support the students within the town.
Again, I would like to express both mine and the Partnerships thanks for your efforts to make these events the success they are.
Adams Harrison were once again one of the main sponsors of the Haverhill Show held on 7th July.
From their stand Jenny Carpenter, Managing Partner and Sue Lawton, Practice Manager were able to offer advice and information about Adams Harrison’s service to those attending the show.
The local charities that will benefit from the monies raised this year are: Haverhill Stroke Club, Reach Community Projects, Little Wonders Pre-School, Haverhill First Responders, Friends of St Mary’s Church, Haverhill Library, Memories are Golden and Haverhill in Bloom.
Jenny Carpenter and Sue Lawton attended the Careers Event held at the Arts Centre in Haverhill from 4pm to 6pm yesterday afternoon. Jenny and Sue spoke to many students interested in a career in law, also some of those that had no idea but suddenly realised that this could be an option for them.
I wanted to express our gratitude once again for your support yesterday with the Aspire Event. We were thrilled with the turn out from both students and parents and feel the event was a huge success in terms of our aim to inspire the young people of Haverhill and surrounding areas. I’ll no doubt be in contact again soon with regards to the next one!
Jacqui Singleton, Work Related Learning Coordinator Samuel Ward Academy
Also last week Matthew Darmon (Trainee Solicitor) and Sue Lawton attended the Anglia Ruskin Law Careers Fair – again a wonderful turn out of law students and some very interesting questions were asked. These students are the future for law so it was very gratifying to meet such focused individuals.
Kelsey Ling (pictured) Adams Harrison’s recently qualified Apprentice joined Sue Lawton at the Haverhill Jobs Fair last Wednesday 3rd October 2018, held at the West Suffolk College in Haverhill.
The event is run by Haverhill Town Council, One Haverhill Partnership, Jobs Centre Plus and West Suffolk College and Adams Harrison were very happy to support.
Haverhill’s triathlon festival returned for its fifth year, with a record 162 athletes competing across three types of sport and five races in and around the town.
HaverTri – the Adams Harrison Triathlon Festival was held on Sunday 7 October at Haverhill Leisure Centre, again in aid of Haverhill Scouts and Guides.
The HaverSports’ race saw athletes swimming in the leisure centre, before cycling through the nearby Essex villages, and finishing with a run along Haverhill’s historic railway line.
Winning the sprint triathlon in a time of one hour five minutes 53 seconds was Ben Redman, with the first woman home Emma Elston in one hour 20 minutes 29 seconds. Going double the distance in the Sprint+ race, Craig Warriner was first across the line in two hours 13 minutes 38 seconds, with the leading lady Emma Duncan in 32 minutes 23 seconds.
Skipping the pool for the duathlon (run – bike – run), Jason Elrick won the Sprint race in one hour 39 minutes 27 seconds, while Orla Devaney was the women’s winner one 57 minutes one second. Doubling up for the Sprint+, Craig Stewart won the day in two hours 35 minutes 56 seconds, with the first female Polly Wells in three hours 26 minutes 58 seconds.
Some 20 youngsters also competed in the aquathlon (swim and run, for ages eight and above), as the town’s triathletes of tomorrow were put through their paces.
“It was fantastic to see our biggest number of triathletes to date competing in around Haverhill, with town athletes mixing with those coming from across the region to experience racing here. It’s particularly pleasing to see so many of the younger aspiring athletes taking part, and coupled with the wide range of ages and abilities we had competing shows that our events really are suitable for all. We hope the support we experienced here today is reflected in people now coming to close their race season with us at the St Eds’ Running Festival in Moreton Hall, Bury St Edmunds, on Sunday 28 October.”
said HaverSports director Jack Tappin.
Rhodri Rees, senior partner at Adams Harrison Solicitors, said:
“We believe in supporting events in our community, while encouraging people to keep fit and contributing to important charities in the town. HaverTri is a good way for us to show our support in Haverhill and to continue to support these important sectors in the town.”
Duncan Batty, Group Scout Leader of 1st Haverhill Scouts, said:
“This annual events helps to contribute towards the funds we need for a new hut so the youth of Haverhill can continue to benefit from Scouting and Guiding. It also allows us to get involved in the community and show our support for people competing and keeping fit.”
Information about all HaverSports’ events is available at http://www.haversports.com/
You can see the full results here: http://racetimingsolutions.racetecresults.com/Results.aspx?CId=16269&RId=973&EId=4
You can get full details on St Eds’ Running Festival and enter here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/st-eds-running-festival-2018-tickets-46934374979
Adams Harrison were proud to be one of the sponsors for the Haverhill Show on Sunday 15th July 2018.
By sponsoring £250 for the event it meant that various activities could be made available for children at a significantly reduced cost.
We like to get involved in local events. It was lovely to be able to be based on the Recreation Ground all day. Jenny Carpenter (Managing Partner), Sue Lawton (Practice Manager) and Cathy Buck (Legal Executive) were able to meet and greet a number of people and assist with some legal enquiries. Children enjoyed our free lucky dip.
We look forward to being involved again next year.
Adams Harrison received this lovely “Thank You” note for our involvement in a local apprenticeship event.
Thank you and your colleague/apprentice, on behalf of Karen and myself, for your support in participating in this years Haverhill Town Council/One Haverhill Partnership Apprenticeship Event. We are very pleased with the turn out and hope that you too found it to be a success. We very much hope that Adams Harrison will participate next time.
In the Youth Skills Department, we are already beginning to think of how to improve our event next time. Naturally, should you have any feedback or suggestions that you would like to provide, positive or otherwise, please feel free to share it with us.
Additionally, in this coming year, should you need any assistance in terms of apprenticeships or employment opportunities and support in Haverhill, especially for young people, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.
Daniel Cooke and Karen Chapple
01799 523441 Saffron Walden
01440 702485 Haverhill
01223 832939 Sawston