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Charity Trek in memory of OM Max Davies


CONVEY LAW’S LLOYD DAVIES TO SET OFF ON MINDSTEP FOUNDATION CHARITY TREK IN MEMORY OF HIS SON

July 26, 2021

NEWPORT legal practice Convey Law Managing Director Lloyd Davies has set out on an intrepid summer challenge along Britain’s longest ancient monument – Offa’s Dyke - to raise £15,000 for a cause very close to his heart - the Mindstep Foundation, set up in memory of his son Max.


Lloyd and his wife Tracey from Monmouth set up the Foundation to fund mental health research, awareness and support after their eldest son Max tragically died aged 22 in 2018 after a battle with clinical depression.


Along with eight supporters, Lloyd started the 177 mile walk across the famous Offa’s Dyke ramparts along the England-Wales border from Prestatyn in north Wales on Sunday (July 25).


Father of four Lloyd, also Operations Director of the Conveyancing Association, said the walk would be a “pilgrimage” to Max and his “beloved Wales” and the funds raised would be donated by the Foundation to a wellbeing centre at St Alban’s RC School in Pontypool, where Max volunteered in the summer before he died.