Cherry Trees are delighted to be partnering with DMH Stallard for this year’s ‘Jazz in the Vineyard’.


Our annual Jazz event at the stunning High Clandon Estate Vineyard welcomes guests from across Surrey to enjoy a stroll around the beautiful gardens, a tasty treat from our BBQ, and a world-class Jazz performance.


Vocalist, songwriter and former West End leading lady Natasha Seale leads a stellar band in celebration of Duke Ellington, featuring award-winning saxophonist Alan Barnes and critically-acclaimed pianist Gareth Williams.


We have a long-lasting relationship with the team at DMH Stallard, who have supported us over many years with painting and DIY at our house as well as a variety of employee fundraising activities. We are really excited that this relationship continues to grow, as DMH Stallard become one of our headline sponsors for ‘Jazz in the Vineyard’.


Alex Dawson, Associate at DMH Stallard, stated that:


“DMH are proud to support Cherry Trees, a charity which has such a positive impact on the local and wider community. The funds raised go towards helping families with children and young adults with a range of complex disabilities.


It is always a pleasure to fundraise and volunteer with Cherry Trees, whether that’s walking 20-miles with colleagues from different offices, to clearing the grounds so that the children have more outdoor space to enjoy. Thankfully, our legal skills are better than our DIY and maintenance skills. The staff are always incredibly grateful and appreciative of our involvement and we are pleased to be a sponsor at the Jazz in the Vineyard event this Summer.”


A massive thank you to the team at DMH Stallard for their ongoing support. If you would like to join us for Jazz in the Vineyard or find out more about this wonderful event, please visit:


We look forward to a fantastic event this Spring.


DMH Stallard are a full service law firm with offices in Guildford and across the South East. They are proud supporters of their community and dedicated to lending their time to local projects, whether they are getting hands on or raising money so their charity partners can continue to provide necessary services to those who need them.