Christine attends ball to celebrate SIA's work

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Hyphen law’s Christine Bunting to join carnival themed ball to celebrate Spinal Injury Association

Lancashire County Cricket Club will be transformed  into a colourful Rio-themed carnival next week at the Spinal Injury Association’s (SIA) annual ball.

Hyphen Law director Christine Bunting will be attending  what is the most important event in SIA’s calendar.

The annual Cornflower Ball takes place on the 17th of March to celebrate SIA’s work supporting  those affected by spinal cord injury.

With the Rio Olympics and Paralympics fast approaching, event organisers will be embracing everything Rio with a carnival-themed atmosphere, colourful fancy dress costumes and live Brazilian music and entertainment throughout the evening.

Christine has been invited to the event by Richard McGregor from Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, one of the largest specialist personal injury and Court of Protection wealth advisors and investment managers in the UK. Richard is a chartered financial planner who helps look after the long-term financial welfare of personal injury and clinical negligence compensation recipients.

 Christine has nothing but praise for SIA’s work in the community.

She said: “SIA is a fantastic organisation that provides key services for those with spinal cord injuries and their families and friends, helping them to benefit from shared information and experiences. It also does amazing work campaigning for changes in society ensuring that those living with  spinal cord injuries can lead a full and active life.

“Like all charitable organisations, SIA has to rely on the kindness and generosity of its friends, supporters and sponsors to ensure that it can continue its work providing personalised information, advice and support to spinal cord injured individuals, from the time of injury and throughout the rest of their lives.

“Supporting SIA means that vital funds can be raised to ensure that its important services such as the Advice Line, website, peer advice at the Spinal Cord Injury Centres and the community peer support in the wider community continue to meet the needs of individuals and their families.

“The Cornflower Ball promises to be an enjoyable and memorable evening and I’m really looking forward to the carnival-themed party and celebrating SIA’s achievements.”

 For more information about the work of the Spinal Injury Association, visit: