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Kuits Solicitors

Kuits' Great Manchester Run

Kuits are running 10k to raise money for DanceSyndrome because we want to help them get to the Edinburgh Fringe!

429 %
raised of £1,000 target
by 88 supporters
  • Event: 2017 The Great Manchester Run, 28 May 2017


We provide inclusive dance opportunites to empower people with&without disabilities

Charity Registration No. 1152664


Thank you for taking the time to look at our JustGiving page! 

A team of 14 staff members from Manchester law firm Kuits have signed up to run the Great Manchester Run on the 28th May 2017 to support local charity DanceSyndrome. 

The team includes:

  • Graham Wood, Head of Tax
  • Steve Eccleston, Managing Partner
  • David Chambers, Associate – Tax
  • Victoria Woolcock, Risk and Compliance
  • Sarah Evans, Marketing Manager
  • Phil Warburton, Associate – Litigation
  • Olinda Auty, Solicitor – Banking
  • Rebecca Crompton, Solicitor – Tax
  • Grace Endley, Trainee Solicitor
  • Kevin McKenna, Head of Employment
  • Tony Hardy, Head of Residential Property
  • Claire Heron, Solicitor – Residential Property

DanceSyndrome is an inclusive arts charity that aims to inform and empower people through dance. The charity provides creative, fun learning opportunities and training for anyone who wants to improve their health and well-being. The training is designed to give people with and without disabilities the confidence and skills to co-lead community dance workshops. 

In 2017, DanceSyndrome are hoping to raise £10,000 to enable them to take their team of talented dancers to perform their latest performance piece "Orbit" at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Any money you can offer will go towards this fantastic charity, helping people to follow their passions and hopefully perform in Edinburgh! 

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