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Make a will week

 
 
Local solicitors are providing their services free of charge
 
 
 
Clare Kemsley
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Legacy & In Memory Fundraiser, Wakefield Hospice
 

Write or update your Will in return for a donation to Wakefield Hospice 

Thank you to all the local solicitors who took part in Make a Will Week 2017. This year’s Make a Will Week will take place from Monday 24 to Friday 28 September. All the solicitors are providing their time and expertise at no cost to Wakefield Hospice. This is an ideal opportunity to have your Will written or updated by a professional. There is no obligation to leave a gift to the hospice in your Will.  

Details will be available from July when appointments will become available. To take part in the scheme you will need to book an appointment with a participating solicitor, quoting ‘Make a Will Week’. Each firm has a limited number of appointments available so please book early to avoid disappointment. If you’d like to receive information about this year’s Make a Will Week please contact us.


Phone us on 01924 331405 
 
Write to Wakefield Hospice, Aberford Road, Wakefield WF1 4TS 
 

If you’d like to include a gift to Wakefield Hospice 

After providing for their loved ones, many people choose to leave a small gift to their favourite charity. By remembering Wakefield Hospice in your Will, you can support local families facing serious illness. Whether it’s a sum of money, a specific item or a share of your property, any gift is very deeply appreciated. 
 
There’s no obligation to include a gift to the Hospice and you don’t need to tell us your intentions. If you’d like to remember us, we will be very grateful.
 

'My dad was cared for by Wakefield Hospice and I hope it’s around for many more years for other families.'
Rachael Crookes