Lauren Stebbing, NSPCC community fundraising manager said: “Now in its 22nd year the Brain Game is a fun filled supper quiz evening with a balance of questions tailored to challenge and engage all levels of knowledge and intellect. The Brain Game has become a desirable event for companies who are looking for more cerebral ways to engage with their employees; some choose to bring clients as it’s an impressive evening of fun with a competitive edge.”
Since the launch of ‘Brain Game’ in excess of £700,000 has been raised to help vulnerable children across the UK. At this year’s event the NSPCC would like to raise £25,000 to help protect a generation of local children by raising funds for the NSPCC’s Schools Service, which helps primary school children understand abuse through workshops and assemblies.
On arrival guests will be shown to Middle Temple Hall where they will enjoy a delicious three course meal with wine, later participating in eight challenging quiz rounds. Raffle prizes will be up for grabs including a signed England cricket bat, Chelsea premiership football match tickets and a luxury Harrods hamper.
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Notes to Editors
· Aimed at primary school children the NSPCC’s Schools Service helps them understand abuse, how to protect themselves and where to get help if the need it, and is delivered in schools through assemblies and workshops.
· For further information about the NSPCC Brain Game 2015 or for an application form, please call 0207 650 3270 or email email@example.com
· About the NSPCC and ChildLine
The NSPCC is the UK’s leading children's charity specialising in child protection. Our vision is to end cruelty to children in the UK and we make a difference for all children by standing up for their rights, listening to them, helping them when they need us and by making them safe. The NSPCC runs projects and services across the United Kingdom and Channel Islands to help vulnerable children. We also provide ChildLine, the UK’s free, confidential 24-hour helpline and online service for children and young people and a helpline for adults who are worried about a child or want advice.
- Middle Temple is located on Middle Temple Lane, London, EC4Y 9AT.
- Middle Temple is within easy reach of Charing Cross and Blackfriars stations and Temple tube station.
- Middle Temple should not be confused with Temple Church – which is very close by- as it has no religious bearing and can be used for a variety of events by the general public as well as members.
- Middle Temple is steeped in over 400 years of history and has welcomed Queen Elizabeth I and II, William Shakespeare, Sir Francis Drake and Charles Dickens. The Hall is notable for many reasons a few being surviving Civil War, The Great Fire of London and two World Wars whilst preserving the finest example of an Elizabethan oak hammer beam roof.
- Middle Temple has its own in-house caterer and has a list of preferred suppliers including caterers, entertainment, florists and staff.