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This article was published on July 7th, 2021
Thorneycroft Solicitors are delighted to announce that they now support Mental Health Motorbike.
This shows our ongoing commitment as a firm to the motorcycle community and it is the latest of several motorcycle initiatives we are proud to be a part of.
Positive mental health and wellbeing have never been more important, particularly since the onset of the pandemic, however, thanks to amazing organisations such as Mental Health Motorbike more people can be reached and supported.
We, as a firm, are proud to have developed a strong heritage of working with motorcyclists, motorcycle groups and organisations, and by supporting Mental Health Motorbike, we aim to help them reach the people who need their help and support the most.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Mental Health Motorbike, they are a charity that seeks to offer mental health support to motorcyclists across the UK.
The charity has several aims and objectives which we will help them achieve which include:
To date, the charity has 21 volunteer staff, 85 qualified mental health first aiders, 103 ambassadors and 18 online moderators and the organisation continues to grow.
We look forward to helping Mental Health Motorbike achieve its goals and make the world a safer and more supportive space for motorcyclists and their loved ones.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident or know of someone who you believe may benefit from advice from one of Thorneycroft’s specialist motorcycle solicitors you can call 0800 1979 345 for free or alternatively you can complete an online enquiry form by clicking here and the team will get back to you at a time that is more suitable for you.
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