A SOLICITORS based in Salisbury is offering to draft wills for free in return for a donation to Winchester-based children’s hospice Naomi House & Jacksplace.

Parker Bullen, whose free will campaign runs this Autumn, are offering customers the chance to create a new will, or update an existing one, with a solicitor from the firm who will not charge for the service.

Instead they hope that anyone taking up the offer will make a donation to the hospice which cares for seriously ill children and their families in the South of England, including Hampshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.

Managing partner at Parker Bullen LLP Gareth Horner said: “We firmly believe in giving back to the local community and we very pleased to be supporting the Naomi House & Jacksplace by drafting free wills in return for a suggested donation to the hospice."

There is no obligation for clients to leave a gift in the will to the hospice, and any donations will be agreed beforehand.

Appointments, which can be either via video or face to face and are in line with current Covid safety regulations, should be made before Tuesday, November 27, although the meeting can take place after this date.

For more information, visit naomihouse.org.uk/make-your-will