Attwaters paralegal completes survival of fittest challenge

A family law paralegal has raised money for a local hospice by completing a survival of the fittest challenge.

Craig Knightley, who works at Attwaters Jameson and Hill, undertook the 10km urban assault course at Battersea Power Station to raise £500 for Isabelle Hospice in Welwyn Garden City, which provides in-patient and day-care services for people with cancer and other terminal illnesses.

Knightley said: “I completed it in 66 minutes and feel really chuffed with that time. Parts were extremely tough… having to go belly-down into a 20ft pool of water complete with ice cubes and drag myself along while also being drenched…”

Head of family law at Attwaters Jameson and Hill Joyti Henchie says: “We’re really proud of our Craig’s determination to take part in this event and delighted that he did so well.”