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This article was published on May 9th, 2019
Another early May bank holiday has come and gone and this year it has been a busy one for our team here at Thorneycroft Solicitors.
Our Catastrophic Injury Department have been busy supporting our sponsored athletes as well as showing support for motorcycle organisations that we are proud to work alongside.
We are also pleased to announce a new sponsorship deal with Microlise Cresswell Racing which you can learn more about below.
The weekend began with Associate Director Mary Lomas and Catastrophic Injury Solicitor Sarah Coxon attending the Gawsworth Grasstrack Bike Bonanza. The event was a great success and Mary and Sarah who are both specialist motorbike solicitors had the opportunity to meet some amazing motorcycle enthusiasts as well as Grasstrack racers.
Here are some of our highlights from this year’s event:
One of our Directors and the Head of our Catastrophic Injury Department, Mark Belfield, was joined by Mary Lomas and Sarah Coxon who cheered Christian on to a P6 finish in the second race of the day. Next up Christian will be racing at Donnington Park for the next round of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship.
Thorneycroft Solicitors are also pleased to announce that we have reached a sponsorship agreement with Microlise Cresswell Racing in order to help support their young riders.
John and the other members of the Microlise Cresswell Racing team share Thorneycroft Solicitors’ passion for motorcycle safety and our aspirations to support young local talent.
We look forward to helping nurture young talent whilst also promoting motorcycle safety for motorcyclists from all walks of life.
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