Murray Birrell, which is a well-established chartered building surveying practice in Petts Wood, is donating money to the Freddie Farmer Foundation in nearby Bromley in place of sending Christmas cards this year to its clients and suppliers.
Their donation will go through the Freddie Farmer Foundation to support the Freddie Farmer Physiotherapy Centre, which provides intensive, subsidised physiotherapy programmes for disabled children aged 3-16 from across the south east.
Murray Birrell Director and Co-founder, Keith Murray, said: "It all came about by me sitting next to a chap called Dan Catchesides, a Founder and Trustee of this charity, at a lunch to hear Rory Underwood speak (he's a former England rugby team legend, holder of the England try scoring record). When he was telling me about the Freddie Farmer Foundation, I asked for a business card and said we'd support it at Christmas."
Charity Centre Manager, Karen Smith, said: “We are thrilled to hear that Murray Birrell has chosen to support us this year in lieu of sending Christmas Cards. Their support means so much to us, even more so during these difficult times.”
The Freddie Farmer Foundation, which began in 2011 through raising the necessary funds to open a specialist physiotherapy centre to support disabled children in Bromley, provides specially tailored physiotherapy programmes for disabled children aged 3 -16 years.
It is one of only a handful of independent UK therapy centres offering specialist equipment and therapeutic exercises, supporting disabled children from all over London and the South East.
Murray Birrell is a chartered building surveying practice based in Petts Wood. It has been in business for nearly 30 years so has clearly worked out how to exceed expectations and service their numerous housing association, housebuilder, managing agent and landed estate clients across London and the South East.
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