ROCKING lawyers from a Worcester-based law firm took to the stage to raise money for good causes.

The Devils Advocates, which are Andy Caldicott, Kevin Harris-James, Chris Finch and Penny-jo Wilson, with Louise McCabe from St Philips Chambers in Birmingham, recently performed a wide ranging set at Drummonds nightclub.

The set included Teenage Kicks, You’ve Got the Love, Zombie and Lonely Boy, to ensure there was something for everyone during the evening.

Support act Anita Hennessey joined the band on stage, and they were cheered on by friends, colleagues and music-lovers at the venue.

Overall £1,500 was raised that went to Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ Charitable Trust, which gives grants to charities.

Mr Caldicott said: “We had a great time rehearsing and the evening itself was really good fun.

"The crowd obviously enjoyed themselves and it raised a fantastic amount for some very good causes.

"The trust has given more than £150,000 to local charities and good causes since it was set up 10 years ago, from a new wheelchair for a young lad to support for a homeless hostel, it focuses on local needs and we are proud to be able to help.”

Harrison Clark Rickerbys has 450 staff and partners based at offices across the Midlands, including at the Deansway office.

They provide a spectrum of legal services to both business and private clients, regionally and nationwide.

The firm also has a number of highly successful teams specialising in individual market sectors, including health and social care, education, agricultural and rural affairs, defence, security and the forces, advanced manufacturing and construction.