A West Norfolk solicitors is throwing its weight behind the Dementia Care Appeal at King’s Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Until Friday 11 March, the team at Kenneth Bush Solicitors will be offering appointments to have a simple will professionally written or updated by its friendly Private Client team.
Instead of charging the usual cost of £160 plus VAT for one or £250 plus VAT for matching wills for two, it will prepare them for free providing a donation matching the fee is given to the Dementia Care Appeal through the practice.
The money will go towards the £40,000 cost of equipment and activities for patients living with dementia who will be helped by the appeal, which is also supported by Radio West Norfolk.
Paul Croker, Managing Director at Kenneth Bush which is the appeal’s corporate sponsor, said: “We are proud of our long-standing connections to the community of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk and as such we think it is important to support a worthy cause such as the Dementia Care Appeal which aims to help a particularly vulnerable and sometimes marginalised section of that community.”
Alice Webster, Chief Nurse at QEH, commented: “We are extremely grateful to Kenneth Bush for sponsoring us and supporting this important appeal, which will enable us to make significant improvements at QEH and make an important difference to the care and wellbeing of our patients living with Dementia.”
You can read more about the QEH Dementia Care Appeal by clicking here