St Ann’s appoints law firm Brabners

We have appointed commercial law firm Brabners to provide business advice and support to all our teams.

By Reason Digital on June 15, 2017

Eamonn O'Neal and Nick Campbell

Following a competitive tender process, the North West law firm was chosen to support us with a range of specialist advice, including charity and employment law, property, wills and probate, and commercial contracts.

St Ann’s operates from three sites across Greater Manchester, Heald Green, Little Hulton and the Neil Cliffe Centre at Wythenshawe Hospital, and we run a range of community services for local patients. Brabners will also be supporting us with our Trading Company, which comprises of 14 shops, the distribution centre and our lottery.

The hospice is a very complex business, operating from multiple locations in Greater Manchester, and we experience many of the same challenges and opportunities as other similar sized organisations. The hospice sector – and the health and social care world in general – are changing at a rapid pace, and we’re looking forward to working with the team from Brabners, and benefiting from their specialist knowledge and expertise. Eamonn O’Neal, Chief Executive
St Ann’s Hospice is one of the oldest and largest outside of London, and its teams have been providing invaluable support to the residents of Greater Manchester since the 1970s. The nature of its work means it requires specialist services and advice to be able to support both patients and their families, and we’re looking forward to supporting and working in partnership with the team as the organisation develops. Nick Campbell, Client Relationship Partner at Brabners

We’re looking forward to working with Brabners in the coming months.