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2013 Has Been A Very Productive Year!!
Cullen Hammond have been busy taking the utmost time & effort in looking after our clients throughout 2013 but Paula Cullen has also found time to take part in many fundraising events for various charities too.

In September Paula raised almost 1700 for Tommy's (The Miscarriage, Still-Birth and Premature Birth Charity). Then in October, Paula took part in the Newcastle Stampede & as a group raised money for the British Heart Foundation.

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Last but certainly not least, in December Paula set up an initiative to gather as many old winter coats from clients, friends, family & colleagues & we donated them to Crisis North East to help the homeless of Newcastle over this winter time.

All in all 2013 has been a very busy & productive year. Thank you to each & every one of you who have supported Paula's fundraising efforts for this year - you have been incredibly generous & we want you to know how appreciated you are.


Helping the Homeless
Paula Cullen of Cullen Hammond has initiated a collection of old winter coats from clients, friends and colleagues after following a campaign posted on Twitter by @WintercoatsNE asking for donations to help the homeless of Newcastle this winter time.

Paula has been overwhelmed by the support shown by friends, clients and colleagues of the firm and received bags full of old winter coats.

A visit was made today to the Crisis Skylight NE office on City Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne to drop all of the kindly donated winter coats.

Cullen Hammond wish to thank all of those who kindly donated to help support such a worthy cause.


Paula Cullen Helps Raise Money for the British Heart Foundation
Paula Cullen continued her charity fundraising efforts for 2013 by taking part in the Newcastle Stampede with a group of Bootcamp Members on 13th October to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.

This is the fourth year of the event which is held in the surrounding grounds of Newcastle Racecourse. The event is a 10km run with obstacles along the way, many of which involve wading waist deep through mud lakes, trudging through mud filled trenches and crawling through tunnels filled with muddy water. It's essentially a mud fest from start to finish with a 10km run thrown in for good measure!!

"I would never have imagined being muddy from head to toe and soaked to the skin could be so much fun!!" said Paula.


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