We are thrilled to announce Redkite Solicitors as one of our event partners for the National Children of Wales Awards.
Redkite Solicitors have been helping families across England and Wales resolve their legal issues since 1898. The company was formed following the 2011 merger of two large firms of Solicitors: Lowless & Lowless, who were based in Pembrokeshire in Wales, and Morris Roberts Solicitors of Carmarthenshire, Wales.
In 2017, Redkite Solicitors were part of another merger with three longstanding law firms, Charles Crookes of Cardiff, George Tudor & De Winton of Brecon and The Phoenix Legal Group of Stroud, Stonehouse and Dursley in Gloucestershire. The reasoning behind this was that Redkite Solicitors wanted to seek the best of the best, and had a quest to find the most dedicated legal experts in the UK.
Following this successful merger, Redkite Solicitors are proud to be able to offer outstanding customer service, with a wide range of experts on hand to solve any legal issue.
Of its position as an event partner, Redkite Solicitors Chief Executive, Neil Walker, said:
“As a business founded in Wales, whose ethos is to prioritise supporting our local communities, we were excited to hear that the Bluestone Foundation were planning an event which will recognise truly unique children from across Wales.
“We are in awe of the way children are able to manage and adapt to adversity in their lives, while remaining strong for themselves and those around them. These children, their families, carers, and the charities that help them on a daily basis, absolutely deserve to be recognised for all that they do. There was never a moment we did not want to be involved in making such an important event happen!”
Blanche Sainsbury, the founder of the National Children of Wales Awards, added:
“We are extremely grateful for the support of Redkite Solicitors. Their involvement as an event partner reflects their dedication to supporting initiatives that really make a difference to the communities of Wales. Without the backing of such businesses, awards such as this would not be possible.”