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Walker Morris is shortlisted for Yorkshire Legal — Corporate and Commercial Award

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Gateley raises thousands for blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan

Following a year of fundraising activity, Gateley has raised almost £13,500 for its 2013–14 national charity Anthony Nolan. Anthony Nolan, now in its 40th anniversary year, was the world’s first bone marrow register. The blood cancer charity matches people willing to donate their bone marrow to patients in need of a transplant. Over the course of a […]

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