Last week’s annual quiz between members of the Oldham Law Association was once again a huge success. The Wrigley Claydon team were pipped to victory (coming in 6th out of 8!) using their wealth of general knowledge to fight for first place and, more importantly, raise money for charity.
The OLA frequently puts on fundraising events and the annual quiz night has become a much-loved tradition. This year’s event raised £280 for charity of choice, Shelter.
Jean Newton, Sue Rigby, Jill Walker, and John Porter competed as “The Wrigglers”, putting their best foot forward to represent Wrigley Claydon.
A huge congratulations to the team for their valiant efforts, and for helping to raise a fantastic amount of money for a great cause!
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John has been with Wrigley Claydon for over 20 years, becoming a partner in 1995. Specialising in Employment Law, John helps clients with matters including the preparation of recruitment policies and employment contracts as well as advocating in employment tribunals in cases of unfair dismissal or discrimination. He also has considerable experience of dealing with landlord and tenant disputes and matters relating to business and company sales, commercial investment property transactions and lettings as well as residential estate and offshore property developments. “I know I’ve done a good job when the business doesn’t need me!” John is never happier than when spending time with his wife and 2 children, Lucy and Alex. John is Chair of Respect Our Community Awards (ROCA) and a board member of First Choice Homes Oldham. In his spare time, John is likely to be found either reading, cooking or walking Donnie the Golden Retriever.
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