14 Years In Business - Celebrate & Make A Difference

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To celebrate their fourteenth year in business, Martin Searle Solicitors are throwing a party to raise funds for Refugee Support Europe on 22 June 2018 at Werks Central 15-17 Middle St, Brighton BN1 1AL, from 7 till midnight.

Join them to celebrate and make a difference by paying £12. Your ticket will cover a glass of fizz, nibbles, Syrian band, DJ Eggs Legs and Lafidiki will play electronic experimental music in the secret garden.
Refugee Support Europe

Originally founded in Brighton, Refugee Support Europe offer aid with dignity to refugees. They are a grassroots, self-funded, non-government organisation who rely on the generosity of donors and volunteers to help Syrian and Rohingya refugees in Greece and Bangladesh.

Their team of volunteers and donors have helped over 13,000 refugees since they went to Greece in 2016. But as conflict continues to rage in Syria and Greece, the number of refugees in need of help in refugee camps continues to rise.

Martin Searle Solicitors has supported Refugee Support Europe for the last year, donating their marketing assistant’s time half a day a week to circulate a weekly newsletter, the RS Express.

The night will include:
• Live music from Syrian musicians Jamal and Alaa
• Tropical set by DJ Eggs Legs: Highlife, Afro funk, soukous, chichi, samba
• Experimental music in the garden from LAFIDIKI
• Photography from the refugees camps in Greece and Bangladesh
• Bar stocked with wines and beers courtesy of Butler’s Wine Cellar
• Tasty dips provided by Sunbirds Deli
• Speech by Refugee Support Europe co-founder, Paul Hutchings
• Steve Silverwood from Refugee Radio will be compering the evening
• Prize raffle

You can book tickets on Eventbrite. Tickets: £12

Alternatively, please contact our office on 01273 609911 or e-mail chloemurphy@ms-solicitors.co.uk if you would like to purchase tickets from Martin Searle’s office.

Every penny donated to Refugee Support Europe goes to refugees.
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