16th December, 2020

Chambers are delighted to support the Wood Street Mission 2020

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9 St John Street Chambers are delighted to support the Wood Street Mission 2020 Christmas Appeal by raising £1,165 which was used to buy presents and books for underprivileged children living in the Salford and Manchester area.

Chambers have once again nominated the Wood Street Mission as our nominated charity of 2021 and we look forward to working with them next year to provide help and support for local families.

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