Dunmow solicitors put on a cake sale to raise money for sick and premature babies

PUBLISHED: 09:38 19 February 2015 | UPDATED: 09:49 19 February 2015

At a coffee and cake morning, staff from Foort Tayler Solicitors in Great Dunmow raised money for Bliss, a charity which aims to provide the best possible care and support for all premature and sick babies and their families. From left, Christine Kettley, Helen Kirkham, Sheelagh Foort, Emma Holdsworth, Shelley Tayler, Sarah Horseman, Kelly Gillon, Alex McGrady, Keeley Kanmer.

At a coffee and cake morning, staff from Foort Tayler Solicitors in Great Dunmow raised money for Bliss, a charity which aims to provide the best possible care and support for all premature and sick babies and their families. From left, Christine Kettley, Helen Kirkham, Sheelagh Foort, Emma Holdsworth, Shelley Tayler, Sarah Horseman, Kelly Gillon, Alex McGrady, Keeley Kanmer.

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High heel cakes were among the array of baked goods at a charity coffee morning on Dumnow High Street last week.

Staff at family solicitors Foort Tayler raised £135 for Bliss, which provides care and support for premature and sick babies and their families.

The firm, which specialises in conveyancing, wills, probate, family law and meditation, offers a free first appointment. For more information go to foort-tayler.co.uk

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