Huddersfield based member and law firm Wilkinson Woodward Norcliffe & Co has thrown its support behind this month’s Huddersfield Literature Festival.
The Huddersfield legal practice, which has further offices in Brighouse and Halifax, sponsored the festival launch which featured the acclaimed author of The Girl With All the Gifts, MR Carey, as well as this year’s festival brochure.
Last year Wilkinson Woodward Norcliffe & Co sponsored the festival’s headline event which saw former chief news correspondent for the BBC, Kate Adie OBE, recall her experiences as a war reporter to a packed audience.
Since its inception in 2006, Huddersfield Literature Festival has hosted many innovative and high-profile events to showcase new and established writers and performers.
Laura Kurowski, a director at Wilkinson Woodward Norcliffe & Co said: "We were delighted to sponsor Huddersfield Literature Festival again this year. The festival brings some big name authors to Huddersfield and attracts visitors from across the district. We’ve been serving local people for over 125 years so the festival allows us to give something back to the community."
Wilkinson Woodward, which has offices in Halifax, Brighouse and Huddersfield, was established in 1888 and houses a team of lawyers with specialisms ranging from family law and mediation to wills, probate, employment law, commercial law and conveyancing. The practice also incorporates Boococks estate agents and lettings agency in Halifax. For more information visit www.wilkinsonwoodward.co.uk