Voting was closed early for March’s ‘Employee of the Month’ due to the overwhelming number of votes received in honour of Chloe Welsh from Clinical Negligence.
Emma Smith, Solicitor
“I’m sure as the voting has confirmed, everyone agrees Chloe is more than deserving to be nominated as employee of the month, for the outstanding effort she has put in to raising money for Dementia UK. Well Done Chloe!”
To help raise awareness and funds in aid of Dementia UK, Chloe went out of her way to arrange ‘Crowley’s cake off’, which turned out to be a huge success, inviting Liverpool TV personalities June and Leon to sample and judge the bakes. Along with the ‘cake off’ Chloe also arranged a charity raffle, with all of the proceeds going to Dementia UK.
“Initially the event was only meant to be a bit of cake and a morning cuppa, but as always I got a bit carried away. I was absolutely delighted when June and Leon said they would attend. It was a brilliant day. Everyone was able to not only enjoy themselves but contribute to this amazing charity.
My Grandad has Parkinson’s and with that comes Parkinson’s dementia. Although its slightly different to vascular dementia, watching anyone go through dementia in general is extremely heart-breaking and, what Dementia UK do, is truly amazing. I was shocked to learn I’d been voted for Employee of the Month. Although I arranged the event I still think it was a team effort because I couldn’t have done it without everyone at Paul Crowley & Co!
I’m so grateful to everyone who got involved – thank you!”
Paul Crowley, Senior partner
“A massive thank you to Chloe, who took the time to organise the event, a cause very close to the heart of many of our team and clients.
I am delighted to say that we raised over £270 for Dementia UK, and I hope that our donation will go a long way in helping the life-changing work that they do for families.”
Finally a word from our guest TV celebrities
June and Leon
“Chloe thank you for inviting us to your Cake Off today. We had such a good time and for such a great cause” #Dementia UK