Blythe Liggins have held their inaugural “Great BL Bakeoff’ to raise money for The Myton Hospices.
Organised by the Family Law department, staff and partners baking skills were put to the test with over ten cakes entered into the competition.

Head of Family Law Andrew Brooks, who led the judging panel, said: “It was a really tough call. I knew we had quite a few keen amateur bakers in the office, but I didn’t realise standards would be this high.”
In September, a team of Blythe Liggins staff also took part in The Myton Hospices eight-mile Moonlight Walk. Mr Brooks said he expected the firm to have raised several hundred pounds from the two events.

The Myton Hospices – celebrating its 30th anniversary – is this year’s chosen charity for Blythe Liggins and the solicitors have already handed the charity a cheque for £1,400 raised through its participation in the Two Castles Run between Warwick and Kenilworth, which it has sponsored for the last seven years.

Caption: Cake judges (left to right) Andrew Brooks, Hannah Morris, corporate fundraising manager for The Myton Hospices, and Emma Hartnett, also from the Family Law department.

Request a callback

Speak with our dedicated team of experienced experts

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

search Search Blythe Liggins

Search the Blythe Liggins website. You can search for things like; names of our team members and required services. E.g "Family Law" & "Lois Harrison"