England rugby hero to take part in charity walk

Former England rugby star, Neil Back, is to be the guest of honour at ManTrak, a charity event sponsored by Slee Blackwell Solicitors.
ManTrak, is a men-only sponsored walk along the Tarka Trail in aid of North Devon Hospice on Saturday March 19th.
Neil Back, who was a member of England’s Rugby World Cup winning team in 2003, will be joining in the walk which finishes with a pasty, a pint and England’s final game in the Six Nations Championship on the big screen.
Conveyancing solicitor, Andrew Burke, will be leading the Slee Blackwell team on the walk. He said:
“Its a fantastic event for a fantastic cause. Its also a brilliant opportunity for people to meet one of our great sporting heroes. I’m delighted that Neil Back has agreed to attend. It will make it very special occasion.”
“We are only too pleased to show our support for the hospice, and I am hoping lots of guys sign up soon to show their support too. Places are strictly limited so if anyone is interested in taking part they should register their interest right away.”
Lee Dawkins

Lee Dawkins

Over the past 30 years Lee has overseen the expansion of the firm’s litigation department. He developed our personal injury and clinical negligence teams, creating various niche areas that now enjoy a national profile. He pioneered contentious probate, setting up one of the UK's leading inheritance dispute teams and established Slee Blackwell as a force within claimant professional negligence. He now works as the firm's marketing partner.
Lee Dawkins

Lee Dawkins

Over the past 30 years Lee has overseen the expansion of the firm’s litigation department. He developed our personal injury and clinical negligence teams, creating various niche areas that now enjoy a national profile. He pioneered contentious probate, setting up one of the UK's leading inheritance dispute teams and established Slee Blackwell as a force within claimant professional negligence. He now works as the firm's marketing partner.

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