Milners advised Wakefield based brain injury charity Second Chance Headway on their move to a modern new centre. The new Centre was officially opened by Murphy’s Law and Coldfeet actor James Nesbitt, who is playing a neurosurgeon in a major new series for television. Second Chance Headway has been supporting those who have suffered an acquired brain injury for the last 30 years and the move to a new centre marks an important stage in its plan to increase it’s service to the community.
Milners Joint Managing Partner and Trustee of the Charity, Simon Bass, pictured above with James Nesbitt said: “It is very kind of James to take the time out of his schedule to open the new Centre. The Charity is providing important work for an often forgotton section of the community. Milners is delighted to have been able to advise the Charity on acquiring the new Centre and wishes it all the very best as it goes forward and continues to grow”.
The charity welcomes donations to help it in its important work and if you would like to donate or offer support, please contact Judith Evans at the Centre (Judith@SCHC.co.uk).