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June 2018 Newswire  

  Services For You & Your Family


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Hethertons Services for You and Your Family

Our aim is to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the best possible advantages in working with us. This newswire will be sent regularly to help achieve this aim, and we hope you enjoy reading them.

  Tiny Tickers will be Hethertons next chosen charity


With another 12 months of fundraising in the pipeline, Hethertons has chosen the infant heart charity, Tiny Tickers, as its annual charity for 2018/19.

Dedicating itself to aiding children living with a range of heart conditions, the charity was founded by world-renowned foetal cardiologist, Dr Helena Gardiner, and has been carrying out its valuable work for just under 20 years.

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  Hethertons puts its best foot forward for charity walk


Maintaining the charity theme, Hethertons is pleased to announce the raising of more than £500 during last month’s York Legal Walk.

A team of nine volunteers, made up of solicitors and other staff, represented Hethertons and made up the largest group taking part in the 10 km challenge. Our valiant squad was joined by legal professionals from across the city, with the aim of raising as much money as possible for the Yorkshire Legal Support Trust, a charity providing local legal advice for free.

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  Simon Crack limbers up for York Marathon


In our last bit of charity news this month, we are excited to announce Simon Crack, Director at Hethertons, will be taking part in this year’s Yorkshire Marathon Relay.

As part of the York Trusted Professionals, the business networking and fundraising club, Simon will be hitting the tarmac for the race, held on 14 October 2018.

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  Children face lack of stability in the care system


The Children’s Commissioner for England has published the latest annual Stability Index, revealing that too many children are still facing instability in the care system.

The figures reveal that almost 2,400 children in care changed home, school or social worker in the past year. When taking in the data over a longer period of time, it is shown that more than 3,000 children moved home four or more times in the space of two years, while over the course of three years, 2,500 changed home five or more times.

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  It’s a case of swings and roundabouts for families in York


A new food hall, set to open in the city’s renovated Stonebow House, has withdrawn its application for a late alcohol licence following local opposition.

Try Market Halls, the company behind the new venue, had intended to sell alcohol until one in the morning, but concerns raised by the police, council and local residents has seen the company change its mind ahead of a scheduled licensing meeting.

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