Brown Turner Ross Solicitors has today announced their support for local music festival; Southport Rocks.
The deal will see the Merseyside law firm, which has offices in Southport, Liverpool and Birkenhead, support the local musical extravaganza and help generate funds for the Vital Sounds Foundation, the official charity of Southport Rocks aimed at funding vital research into Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
David Bushell, Senior Partner of Brown Turner Ross said:
“Southport Rocks is an extremely worthwhile charity and one that is close to our hearts. What better way to raise funds for charity than to support local talent. Sudden Adult Death Syndrome can hit anyone at anytime and the testing that Vital Sounds Foundation is funding will help raise awareness of this condition via a simple testing programme. Brown Turner Ross is delighted to be able to support Southport Rocks through the G R Anderson Trust.”
Formerly known as the Jedi Festival, Southport Rocks takes place in Victoria Park on July 8th & 9th, bringing together three stages of live music and comedy in a family friendly environment. The festival is raising funds for the Vital Sounds Foundation which has just signed a deal with Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital to screen young adults for a potentially fatal heart condition, Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
Steve Haw Chief Organiser of Southport said:
“I lost my son, Chris when he was just 25. No family should have to deal with this. We are determined to honour Chris’s memory using the music he loved to help other families avoid this condition. We are delighted that Brown Turner Ross Solicitors have chosen to support Southport Rocks and our thanks also go to the G R Anderson Trust.”