Sintons staff to swim with sharks


Two intrepid Sintons employees are to swim with sharks to help raise vital funds for survivors of spinal injury.

Debbie Brewis and Julie Maloney are to dive amongst one of Europe’s largest collections of sharks, including sand tiger sharks – which are up to 3.2 metres long and 350lbs each – guitar sharks and black tip sharks, alongside stingrays and tropical fish.

The dive, organised by the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA), will help raise money to help support its work with people who live with spinal injury.

Sintons, as a specialist Neurotrauma advisor which supports clients nationally who have sustained spinal cord injury, enjoys a strong relationship with the SIA and is a keen supporter of its work.

Debbie and Julie will now help to generate vital funds to help sustain that through the event, held on March 4 at the Blue Planet Aquarium at Cheshire Oaks, near Chester.

Christopher Welch, managing partner of Sintons, said: “We at Sintons are never shy of taking on a challenge, but I think this is a new one even for us – Debbie and Julie are really doing something special by diving with sharks, while also raising vital funds for a charity we know very well and are only too keen to support its work.

“I wish them the best of luck with the event, which will be a hugely memorable occasion for them both, and with their fundraising too. While we are well aware of the challenging economic climate, any funds raised will help to sustain the work of the SIA in improving the lives of those with spinal cord injury. Sintons are only too pleased to lend our backing.”

To add your support to Debbie and Julie follow the links below:

To support Debbie, click here.

To support Julie, click here.


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