James Bond Themed Casino Night

To raise money for the London Legal Walk and the British 10K, we are hosting a 007-themed charity fundraising event next month.

The annual London Legal Walk, which next takes place on Monday 16th May, involves hundreds of legal professionals marching together in aid of a great cause.

Indeed the London Legal Support Trust (LLST) helps free legal advice charities across London and the South East. The team at CG Naylor LLP will be proudly taking part again this time around, as we have done in previous years.

A few members of the team (James Naylor, Jennifer Jacquiot and Shu-Yan Cao) are also taking part in the British 10K London Run on Sunday 10th July 2016 in aid of Sufra NW London, a community food bank helping struggling families in the capital.

In order to raise money for these fantastic causes, we are hosting our very own James Bond themed casino night. We’ll have games like roulette and black jack, as well as serving Martinis and screening Casino Royale on the wall of the company’s boardroom. There will also be nibbles and a ‘workshop table’ where you can make your own cocktails.

We will request a charitable contribution upon entry, the suggested amount being £5, for which you will be given tokens for 3 drinks.

It promises to be a hugely fun event and fancy dress is very much encouraged.

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Here are the details you need:

Entry Fee: £5 (suggested donation)

Date: Friday 6th May 2016

Time: 17.00

Venue: Boardroom, Crabtree Property Group, Marlborough House, 298 Regents Park Road, Finchley Central, London, N3 2UU

RSVP: email jonathan.isaac@cgnaylor.co.uk to confirm your attendance

Written by Jennifer Jacquiot

Associate Solicitor, specialising in property litigation.

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