Over 150 members and guests of Netlaw Mediaâs Partners Club gathered in London on Thursday for an exclusive evening in aid of the UK charity âWalking with the Woundedâ.
Online PR News – 02-October-2012 – London – Titled as âAn Exhibition Celebrating the Work of Sir Colin Hampden-Whiteâ, the event was a held at the Marylebone Hotel in London and attracted representatives from the political, legal and business sectors who helped raise over ÂŁ3,000 for the rehabilitation of wounded servicemen and women.
With guests including the Mayor and Mayoress of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, event co-host the Deputy Mayor of Hammersmith and Fulham, Councilor Frances Stainton said âthe event was an amazing successâ.
âThe figure raised during the event was a fantastic outcomeâ said Frances Armstrong, Managing Director of Netlaw Media âWalking with the Wounded is an remarkable charity and we hope the ÂŁ3,000 raised will help the charity continue delivering the assistance which it has become renowned forâ.
During the evening, Fergus Williams and Captain Francis Atkinson of Walking with the Wounded presented a video on the struggles associated with the teams recent challenge to scale Mt. Everest, whilst having recently won the coveted Louis Roederer âArtistry of Wine Award 2012â, Sir Colin Hampden-White offered an explanation of the photographic series on display before Martyn Jennings of Jennings Legal Services placed the winning bid for an artist proof and signed masterpiece by Sir Colin and Rob-Lee Griffith of Currency Solutions placed the winning bid for 2 nightsâ accommodation in the Penthouse suite of the Marylebone Hotel.
Netlaw Mediaâs Partners Club is the UKâs largest networking group for law firm management with members from over 500 law firms, barristersâ chambers and corporate legal departments. Partners Club meets several times a year with membership free for eligible members. For membership and event enquiries visit www.netlawmedia.com or contact Netlaw Media on Tel: 0044 (0)20 3176 4200
The work of Sir Colin Hampden-White is on display at the Marylebone Hotel, 47 Welbeck Street, London until 31st December 2012.