It’s a Knockout! – the Mooney Everett team in taking on the challenge for Twinkle House

On 4th August 2018, a team from Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, Lancashire will be entering into ‘It’s a Knockout’ to raise money for a charity with who they have recently been working closely, Twinkle House.

The team will be competing against other teams for the champion’s title, tackling inflatable assault courses in quirky costumes and a host of ridiculous challenges. From scaling the Slippery Summit to testing their aim while wearing distortion goggles, there are sure be lots of laughs and a high chance they will get soaking wet!

The goal is to raise up to £500, which will help Twinkle House in Skelmersdale to continue the work they do improving the health and wellness of communities in North West England and particularly in their priority area of West Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside

Twinkle House is a registered charity that provides essential support for children and young people with disabilities and additional needs, aged 0-19 years. In addition to providing 1:1 practical and emotional support to children, they also provide a range of sensory rooms, and a hydrotherapy pool for recreational and therapeutic use.

Other services provided include:

  • therapeutic dance, yoga and mindfulness classes;
  • sleep counselling support;
  • advice, signposting, and emotional support.

John Mooney, Managing Director of Mooney Everett, says: ‘I’m very proud of the team who are competing in ‘It’s a Knockout’ to raise money for Twinkle House. It emphasises the strength of our commitment to supporting local charities and the local community. I wish them the best of luck.’

Please do visit our just giving page to support the invaluable work of Twinkle House.

For more information about Twinkle House, visit their website at

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