- SUPPORTING OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY
Proud to be a familiar face on the High Street
One of the great joys of being such a long-established business is the roots we have put down within our local community.
We’ve had the privilege of getting to know so many people over the years, having looked after the legal affairs of their families for decades, across the generations.
We are especially proud to have maintained our presence on the High Street when so many other law firms are consolidating or moving online. For us, being able to meet and chat with our clients is a very important part of our job, and one that makes our work so enjoyable.
As part of our commitment to the Molesey area, we are delighted to support these fine local clubs and institutions.
Princess Alice Hospice
PAH’s team of specialist nurses, doctors, therapists, social workers and bereavement volunteers work at the hospice in Esher and with families at home.
They are all experts in end-of-life care who put compassion and respect at the heart of everything they do. At any one time, there are 1,000 or more people in need receiving care from PAH and all of their care is delivered free of charge.
Molesey Juniors is an FA Charter Standard football club whose teams play at The Wilderness. The goal is to provide safe, fun and development-focussed football for boys and girls of all abilities in the local community. The club is committed to giving the children access to coaching support, maximising parental support and opening up football opportunities after MJFC. Its most famous ‘old boy’ is Luke Shaw, of Manchester United and England.
There are teams for all ages and abilities and a thriving girls section. The Memorial Ground is just off Graburn Way and there is an excellent café/restaurant adjacent to the club house.
East Molesey is one of the most famous cricket clubs in England. It was established in 1871 although cricket has been played at the Moulsey Hurst since 1731. The current side is making its own history, having won back-to-back Surrey Championship titles in 2021.
Shooting Stars is a children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions. It supports families from diagnosis to end-of-life and throughout bereavement with a range of nursing, practical, emotional and medical care.
It costs almost £9 million a year to maintain the current level of care and just 8% of that income comes from government funding.
Magical Molesey is the annual Christmastime celebration which takes place on Walton Road where local businesses are encouraged to open their doors for a couple of hours in the evening and organisations set up stalls on the High Street.
In recent years, KWW has offered drinks and treats for a small donation to local good causes.
We are partial to a bit of outdoor bowling at KWW and delighted to promote Ember Court as a great place to play either competitively or for fun. The club has six rinks, qualified coaches on hand and a lovely garden with seating areas for spectators.
The club runs social events throughout the year and has a large clubhouse with lots of amenities