Benefit from a FREE Will writing service in return for a donation to Hippodrome Projects.
Wills and Legal Services operate throughout England & Wales and are one of the country’s leading specialists in this field. They offer everything from basic Will making to full estate planning. They have chosen to support Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre Trust (registered charity No 510842) as their primary arts charity for their National Charity Wills Donation Scheme.
All funds raised through the partnership will go towards supporting the work our access, education and outreach work which reaches 300,000+ children, families and vulnerable communities each year.
How it works
To draw up a basic will usually costs from £75, but through this partnership this service is completely FREE in return for a voluntary donation to Birmingham Hippodrome (suggested donation £50+).
You can book an appointment in your own home by calling Wills & Legal on 01885 490380. We also hold regular surgery days here at the theatre – just call us to find out our forthcoming event days.
All appointments are held with specialist paralegal Clare Mac who will take your Will instruction. Please note there may be additional charges for other services, such as lasting Power of Attorney, which are paid directly to Wills & Legal Ltd
To find out more call us on Simply call us on 0121 689 3068 or email us
What our supporters say
Patron, Andy Le Marr used the Free Wills Scheme via our partnership with Wills & Legal Services Ltd and had this to say:
“Both my partner and I decided we needed to update our wills…. as a long time supporter of the Birmingham Hippodrome I decided to take advantage of the Wills and Legal Services’s Free Wills Scheme.
What a fantastic way to show support to such an excellent theatre, by contributing in a small way. And what made it more easier was the company representative actually visited us at home, with an appointment to suit us. I would urge anyone who is thinking of making a Will for the first time, or simply updating an existing Will as we were, to use this service and help the theatre in the process.”