Make a will week

Please remember The Prince of Wales Hospice in your will.

A gift in your will ensures that we are able to provide a good quality of life for our patients long into the future.  


For one week this June thanks to the support of local solicitors, you can have a will expertly written or updated in exchange for a donation to The Prince of Wales Hospice.  All of the solicitors listed on this page are  taking part in Make a Will Week, giving their time and services free of charge.

By making or updating your will during Make a Will Week, you’ll be helping families in the Five Towns area to make the most of every moment they have together.  Although there is no obligation to do so, you will also have the opportunity to leave a gift in your will to The Prince of Wales Hospice.
Simply contact your nearest solicitor from the list below and make an appointment between 25th and 29th June (some solicitors may be able to offer other appointment dates). Please say you are calling about the Hospice’s Make a Will Week.
This offer extends to writing standard wills (or mirror wills for couples) or amendments to your existing will.  The solicitors will inform you of any possible charges should you require a home visit or specialist advice such as tax planning.
We suggest a donation of £75 for a single will and £120 for a mirror will.

Make a will week is kindly sponsored by King Street Solicitors

Participating Solicitors: 

King Street Solicitors                                        tel:01924 332395
Carters Solicitors                                                     tel:01977 703224
 Switalskis Solicitors                                             tel:01977 703215
G I Financial Solutions                                     tel: 07428 742901

For more information about leaving a gift in your will, please visit, or telephone 01977 708868

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