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Lanyon Bowdler Our Community

Lanyon Bowdler believes in working with the community and 'giving something back'. The firm has previously worked with a number of local charities in a variety of ways, including creating show gardens at Shrewsbury Flower Show for Headway and Severndale Specialist School. The firm as also sponsored the Courage Award at the annual Pride of Shropshire Awards, giving unsung heros the recognition they deserve.

In Hereford we are Business Club Members at The Courtyard on Edgar Street. The Courtyard is Herefordshire's centre for the arts, offering a main house, rehersal studios, a gallery and a busy, highly recommended, cafe. In Shrewsbury the firm is a corporate sponsor of Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery.

Armed Forces Covenant

Lanyon Bowdler was invited to sign the Armed Forces Covenant in 2018. We commit to honour the Armed Forces Covenant and support the Armed Forces Community. We recognise the value serving personnel, both regular and reservists, veterans and military families contibute to our business and our country. We are engaging with the service community and offering our support.

Charity Committee

The firm has a charity committee which meets several times each year. Lanyon Bowdler supports two local charities, nominated and chosen by those who work at the firm. The chosen charities for the twelve months running from 1 April 2018 are Maininplace which is a charity based in Telford which aims to open up opportunities for non-statutory homeless and The Harry Johnson Trust which offers help and support to children and teenagers who receive care from the Oncology Team at The Princess Royal Hospital in Shropshire.

Lanyon Bowdler help Megan Baker House raise their profile at the Burwarton Show by welcoming representatives from the charity within the firm's marquee. Megan Baker House is a charity providing FREE Conductive Education Services at its centre in Herefordshire for children, teenagers and adults with special educational needs and physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, head injury, stroke, dyspraxia and early on-set Parkinson's disease.