A solic­i­tors is help­ing a much-loved char­i­ty to thrive. JBGass has been sup­port­ing Wilm­slow Ani­mal Sanc­tu­ary for sev­en years.

The con­veyanc­ing spe­cial­ist has been mak­ing a dona­tion from fees drawn up dur­ing Will Week, when solic­i­tors offer to write wills free of charge in return for a donation.

Solic­i­tors are run­ning the same ser­vice dur­ing the next Will Week, from Mon­day, Octo­ber 17.

The prop­er­ty spe­cial­ists, also based in Wilm­slow, stepped in when they heard that one of the res­i­dent pigs need­ed a new home.

Bella the Pig - JBGass Solicitors
Bella settles into her luxury new home, thanks to JBGass Solicitors

The com­pa­ny, on Wilm­slow Road, donat­ed £520 to pro­vide a new arc for Bel­la, a 100 kilo pig.

The sanc­tu­ary was found­ed more than 50 years ago and is run by the Humane Edu­ca­tion Soci­ety, a char­i­ta­ble organ­i­sa­tion work­ing for a more com­pas­sion­ate soci­ety through edu­ca­tion and prac­ti­cal work with chil­dren and animals.

Vol­un­teers res­cue and re-home unwant­ed, aban­doned, stray and ill-treat­ed ani­mals in a for­mer turkey farm on Newgate.

Wilmslow Animal Sanctuary - JBGass Solicitors
Rick Barrow, centre, from JBGass donated £887 to, from left, site manager Sarah Diggle and trustee Colin Barton

Trustee Col­in Bar­ton said: The part­ner­ship we have with JBGass is so spe­cial and we are so for­tu­nate to have the sup­port of such a char­i­ta­ble organisation.

The dif­fer­ence the Will Week dona­tions make to the qual­i­ty of the day-to-day care of our ani­mals is huge.”

The solic­i­tor also offers the char­i­ty legal advice and spon­sors their annu­al fundrais­ing calendar.

Rick Bar­row, Mar­ket­ing Direc­tor at JBGass, said: As a team, we love know­ing that our work can make a dif­fer­ence that extends beyond our day-to-day work and Will Week is a fan­tas­tic oppor­tu­ni­ty for this.

The whole team have real­ly adopt­ed the ani­mal sanc­tu­ary as a char­i­ty, as well as sev­er­al of their animals.”

For more infor­ma­tion on Wilm­slow Ani­mal Sanc­tu­ary, vis­it www​.heswilm​slow​.co​.uk.

This arti­cle orig­i­nal­ly appeared in the Knutsford Guardian.