Last week, the founders of Let’s Feed Brum headed to Utopia Bar for the opening of our partner’s, Harrison Clark Rickerbys, new office in the heart of Birmingham. Rupert Cross and Richard Peachey of 5874, along with Tara Tomes of EAST VILLAGE., were among those who joined the firm’s clients and guests for the celebrations and grand unveiling of the HCR offices at 63 Church Street.
Harrison Clark Rickerbys has been the driving force behind the legal side to LFB, enabling us to work with local businesses and provide food and support to those in our city who need it the most.
The extraordinary commitment from two of the firm’s Corporate Lawyers, Mandip Riar and Hannah Maidment, meant that they have guided Let’s Feed Brum to reach our charitable status.
On the evening, our very own Tara Tomes took to the stage to tell the guests all about the great work of Let’s Feed Brum, not forgetting to praise Mandip and Hannah for all of their hard work. She proceeded to say “They have been absolutely brilliant and the whole team is grateful for their help. We are just ordinary people who are passionate about making a difference – we see homeless people every day in the city and we want to do all we can to help.”
From all of us here at Let’s Feed Brum, we want to say a big welcome to the city of Birmingham.