Inverness solicitors raise £2,000 for local charity Crocus Group

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Our Inverness office have raised an incredible £2,000 at a recent Charity Race night for the Crocus Child Bereavement Support Service, who provide support for bereaved children in the Highlands.

The Inverness team chose the Crocus Group as their local charity partner for 2016 and 2017. The reason behind this is because we often act for bereaved families in the Highlands and understand the devastating effects that losing a loved one can have, especially on children. Our solicitors are proud to support a local charity which provides support to bereaved children in the Highlands.

As part of their fundraising activities, our solicitors in Inverness invited people along for an action packed night of entertainment at their race night held on Friday 10th March 2017 at The Waterside Hotel Inverness.

Inverness solicitors at Digby Brown hold charity race night for Crocus Group at The Waterside Hotel Inverness

The lucky race winners received a range of prizes including an overnight stay at Allangrange Arms, crate of wine from WoodWinters Inverness and afternoon tea for two at Kinkell House Hotel.

Inverness solicitors holding crate of wine from WoodWinters as one of the prizes at the charity race night

David McGowan, Associate Solicitor at our Inverness office, said: “We would like to thank everyone who came along to the race night and all the local businesses who donated prizes.

"Special thanks to The Waterside Hotel Inverness for hosting, Stephen from OddsOn Race Nights for presenting, Chris McGowan for the entertainment, and Digby Brown Solicitors for the buffet!

“All of you have helped raise vital funds to support the incredible work that the Crocus Group do every day for children in the Highlands.”

Hannah Lind, Service Manager at Crocus Group said: “Crocus Group are incredibly grateful to the staff at Digby Brown Inverness for organising such a fun night that has raised much needed funds for our service. Every pound raised really will make a huge difference in helping us to continue to support bereaved young people in the Scottish Highlands.”

For more information about the Crocus Group, please head to their facebook page or visit