Chadwick Lawrence Solicitors, recently supported the Leeds Rhinos Foundation and Aspire Community Benefit Society at the Aspire Tag Rugby Festival.
The event took place at the Emerald Headingley Stadium on Wednesday 17th July 2019. Six mixed ability teams took part in the tag rugby tournament, including 18 employees from the Yorkshire based legal firm.
It was also the Leeds Rhinos Foundation Community Engagement Day to celebrate the official opening of the Emerald Stand at the Stadium. Following the completion of the Tag competition, over 600 school children from primary schools across Leeds arrived at the stadium to take part in a mass participation rugby event, with a series of skills-based activities led by staff from Leeds Rhinos Foundation and volunteers from Key Partners Emerald Publishing.
Chief Executive of Aspire Community Benefit Society, Andrew Rawnsley, commented: “Around 200 people attended the festival in total, we were delighted with how successful it was. Chadwick Lawrence’s assistance at the festival as well as their ongoing support is greatly appreciated by the entire Aspire team.”
Sam Pawson, Partner of Chadwick Lawrence said: “We were thrilled to join our partners Leeds Rhinos in supporting Aspire and their customers at the tag rugby festival. It was great to see such a positive response to the event and great fun was had by all who attended!”
Ben Berry from the Leeds Rhinos Foundation further commented: “The players who attended the event, including Stevie Ward, Dom Crosby and Kevin Sinfield, had great fun watching the tournament, interacting with the attendees and presenting the Chadwick Lawrence trophy to the winning team.
“We would like to thank all those involved in organising and supporting the event including; Chadwick Lawrence a long term supporter of the foundation, Leeds-based marketing agency Fantastic Media for the marketing support and Maximuscle, the UK’s leading sports nutrition brand, for providing the teams with nutrition bars and water bottles.”