The Neil Hudgell Trust has been delighted to have supported Paul Spence to establish his own charity and to open his own dedicated community support centre in Hull.

Paul suffered a brain haemorrhage in 2012, but has since made a remarkable and inspirational recovery, proving an inspiration to others who find themselves facing the same, long and difficult road to recovery.

Having initially helped Paul achieve charitable status, The Neil Hudgell Trust has been there every step of the way since, providing support to develop his own website and secure premises for the drop-in centre in Wilberforce House, Hull city centre.

We are delighted that Paul is also an official ambassador for Hudgell Solicitors, giving his time to our clients providing a one-to-one support service for brain injury victims, and an insight and understanding of the difficulties and challenges faced by individuals and their families following brain injury.

Our partnership continues to go from strength to strength, between us helping to provide an ever improving support service to those adapting to life after brain injuries.