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Write your Will and save the Wild

Write your Will and save the Wild
Date and Time: 
1-30 November 2014
Venue: 
QualitySolicitors Norton Peskett, Halesworth Branch, 52 Thoroughfare, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8AR
Details: 

The Halesworth branch of QualitySolicitors Norton Peskett supported World Land Trust in November, as part of its Will Aid month. During November clients that had a basic will drawn up were able to donate to WLT the cost of drawing up the will. 

“To raise as much money as possible for our local Churches and World Land Trust, we will draw up basic Wills and instead of charging our usual fees will invite clients to donate to either of the chosen local charities. The suggested donation level is £125 for a single basic Will, £200 for a pair of Wills,” explained Sally Runnacles of QualitySolicitors Norton Peskett.

The fees donated to WLT went towards the Trust’s Buy an Acre fund. Each donation per will drawn up saved an acre of critically threatened wilderness in either Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador or Mexico.

For more information, please contact Sally Runnacles or Claire Fox at QualitySolicitors Norton Peskett, Halesworth on (01986) 872513.

Leave a legacy

If you would like to do more to help World Land Trust save some of the last wild places on Earth for future generations, please consider including us when you write your will. For a confidential conversation please contact WLT’s Chief Executive, John Burton, on jburton@worldlandtrust.org or by calling the WLT offices on +44 (0) 1986 874422.

We would love to hear from you and will be happy to discuss questions you may have about wills, legacies or World Land Trust, but we are not qualified to give legal advice.

More information

Remember us in your will »
What a legacy can do for conservation: case studies »
How to give a gift to conservation in your will »
WLT's legacy leaflet »

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