Foot Anstey supports the Exeter Legal Walk

Employees from national law firm, Foot Anstey LLP's Exeter office took part in The South West Legal Support Trust's Exeter Legal Walk to support free legal advice in the local area.

Foot Anstey's Emily Botham, Samantha Booth, Georgina Moss, Laura Coombs and Georgia Day took part in the 10km walk through Exeter city. The walk brought together the local legal community to raise money for those that need access to justice and legal services in the city.

The South West Legal Support Trust's aim is to improve access to justice for the most vulnerable in society across the South West.

The Exeter Legal Walk was organised in response to the rising demand for legal advice centres. The Covid-19 pandemic saw the need for free legal advice centres grow, to support the ever growing need The South West Legal Support Trust has organised Legal Walks across the region to raise funds that:

  • Prevent families being made homeless
  • Prevent destitution
  • Help older people gain the support to which they are entitled
  • Help women and children who have been trafficked for domestic servitude or prostitution

Georgia Day, Senior Associate at Foot Anstey, said: "The South West Legal Support Trust is and has done fantastic work in the South West region. It goes above and beyond for the most vulnerable in society. When we heard about the Exeter Legal Walk, we immediately decided to get involved and raise money for such a vital service. It was great to see so many firms get involved."

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