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Hats are the order of the day to mark Action for Brain Injury Week

Here at Novum Law, we are proud supporters of Headway and its vital work promoting greater understanding of all aspects of brain injury.

This week, it’s Action for Brain Injury Week, a seven day awareness raising campaign to highlight how brain injury can affect people from all walks of life in many different ways and to increase understanding on how we can help all those affected.

As a law firm that helps and supports individuals who’ve sustained brain injuries and their families every day, we are 100% committed to raising awareness and much-needed funds for Headway which does such a fantastic job for those whose lives have been affected by brain injury.

And today (Friday, 18 May 2018) just to prove how dedicated we are to the cause, all our staff – from our receptionists to our directors – are doing their bit to support Action for Brain Injury Week by throwing caution to the wind and putting on their silliest, wackiest hats for the ever-popular Hats for Headway day.

With the Royal Wedding just hours’ away, this year’s hats have a distinctly royal theme.

From tiaras and crowns to creations bedecked out in red, white and blue, we’ve gone the extra mile to raise money for local families living with brain injuries.  Everyone wearing hats will be donating money towards the charity and all week, our offices throughout the South of England have been baking and selling cakes to make sure this year is our best Action for Brain Injury Week yet!

Today, we’ll be showcasing a selection of the hats on display on our Twitter feed (you can follow us on @Novumlaw if you don’t already) and we’ll be using the hash tag #hatsforheadway .

Anna Cole, Partner at Novum Law and Chairman of Headway Swindon & District since 2009, said: “We always look forward to Action for Brain Injury Week and in particular, Hats for Headway Day.  It’s a light hearted way to have fun with work colleagues while helping local people who’ve been affected by brain injury. Every donation helps to support Headway’s work improving the lives of brain injured people across the country.”

If you’d like to learn more about Headway, you can visit www.headway.org.uk.