Huddersfield law firm Wilkinson Woodward Norcliffe & Co has once again thrown its support behind this year’s Huddersfield Literature Festival.
The Huddersfield legal practice is sponsoring an evening with TV presenter and journalist Jeremy Vine. The event, which takes place on Tuesday 13 March 2018 at Huddersfield Town Hall, will see the popular broadcaster and Strictly Come Dancing contestant lift the lid on modern Britain in an evening of conservation, anecdotes and humour.
Last year Wilkinson Woodward Norcliffe & Co sponsored the festival’s headline event in which politician–turned-writer, Alan Johnson, recalled experiences from his memoir, The Long and Winding Road.
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 are delighted to be sponsoring 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 130 years and the festival allows us to give something back to the community."
Wilkinson Woodward, which has offices in Halifax, Brighouse and Huddersfield, was established in 1886 and houses a team of over 30 lawyers with specialisms ranging from family law and mediation to wills, probate, employment law, commercial law, personal injury and conveyancing. The practice also incorporates Boococks estate agents and lettings agency in Halifax. For more information visit www.wilkinsonwoodward.co.uk