Sydney Mitchell Charity Quiz Winners - Dains Chartered AccountantsLeading West Midlands’ law firm Sydney Mitchell celebrated their 12th successful quiz at The Studio in Birmingham, raising almost £3000 for its nominated charities; Age UK Solihull and the Buddy Bag Foundation.

80 people took part in the action packed Quiz with Stoo Pittaway, of SpeedQuizzing as Guest Quizmaster. It was a fast and furious event with a few twists. Teams were able to play Jokers to double up on points on key questions, buy chance cards, that gave teams the opportunity to leap to first place, second place, plus add or deduct 10 points during the competition.

The winner of the much coveted Sydney Mitchell Charity Quiz Trophy for 2020 was Dains Chartered Accountants, ’The Forlorn Hope’  whose musical knowledge was outstanding, with Eastcote Wealth Management in 2nd place ‘Donald Trump’s IQ closely followed by Prime Accountants ‘Primal Scream’ in 3rd place.

Karen Moores, Sydney Mitchell Partner, commented:

We all enjoy the fast and furious quiz and helping raise money for our charities.  There were a few new faces this year and great to see so much healthy competition throughout.  Almost £3000 was raised from entry fees, raffle and the Chance Cards; it is wonderful to see everyone being so generous in support of the charities. Thank you also to Cornwall Street Barristers for the £50 Lasan Gift Voucher raffle prize.

Rebecca Jacob, Digital Marketing and Fundraising Officer for Age UK Solihull, thanked all quizzers:

We thank Sydney Mitchell for their continued support of our Charity.  We are proud to be able to help our older and vulnerable residents in Solihull and Age UK Solihull would not be able to do this without the support of the local community and businesses.

Karen Williams, Founder of the Buddy Bag Foundation, added:

Thank you to Sydney Mitchell for choosing us as their chosen charity. We would not be able to function without the generous support from our sponsors and fundraisers.

Sydney Mitchell is a Midlands based award winning law firm, with offices in Birmingham City Centre, Sheldon and Shirley with additional facilities in Sutton Coldfield. Offering a range of specialist legal services for both businesses and individuals, Sydney Mitchell is listed in the Top Tier of the Legal 500, Lexcel accredited and won the Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards in 2018; having previously won the award five times.

The firm’s specialist teams include employment, commercial property, company and commercial services, litigation and insolvency. Private client teams include family law, residential property, dispute resolution, immigration and wills and probate, tax and trusts and personal injury.



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Pictures:

1. Winners – Dains Chartered Accountants (The Forlorn Hope)

2. 2nd Place - Eastcote Wealth (11 Donald Trump’s IQ)

3. 3rd Place -  Prime Accountants (Primal Scream)

4. Scores

Sydney Mitchell Charity Quiz Winners - Dains Chartered Accountants

1st Prize – Dains Chartered Accountants – Karen Moores, Senior Partner presented Champagne to the Winners (Richard Pugh, Michael Bevan, Hoan Nguyen and Andrew Donaldson)

Sydney Mitchell Quiz - 2nd place - Eastcote Wealth Management

2nd Prize -   Eastcote Wealth - Ben Brayshay, Rob Kenyon, Alex Haynes, Karen Moores (Sydney Mitchell LLP) Rob Kenyon (Eastcote) (Donald Trump’s IQ)

Sydney Mitchell Charity Quiz - 3rd place - Prime Accountants

3rd Prize – Prime Accountants – Liz McMillan, Peter Hewston and Indu Melvin, Karen Moores of Sydney Mitchell LLP presenting prize (Primal Scream)

Sydney Mitchell charity quiz top 10 teams

Winning Scores

UK Top Tier Firm 2020 Lexcel Practice Management Standard Birmingham Law Firm of the Year for 2011 Resolution Collaborative Family Lawyer
The Law Society Accredited in Family Law Conveyancing Quality Scheme