Nottinghamshire Hospice Fundraising Event

It's A Knockout

Join us!

Do you remember that particular TV show ‘It’s a Knockout in the 1970’s or 1987’s Royal Knockout…well, here is your chance to join in something similar! Like in the TV show, teamwork will be the key to overcoming the inflatable games and challenges and triumphing on the day.

Nottinghamshire Hospice is holding it’s very first ‘It’s a knockout’ fundraising event on Saturday 24th September at Highfields Sports Club, Nottingham.

Why not get your friends, family and colleagues together and join in this fun and foamy fundraising event, where you’re sure to have bags of fun, all whilst raising vital funds for a local charity.

There is a cost of £500 per team entry and teams should be between 6 to 10 people. All applicants should be aged 16 or over.

There are limited spaces available so therefore we urge you to book quickly.

Nottinghamshire Hospice is a local charity which cares for people in Nottinghamshire who are living with a life limiting illness.

It costs approximately £2.5 million each year to run the Hospice, with approximately 30% of our costs being covered by the NHS. The balance, almost £1.8 million, we have to raise ourselves through events such as this.

If you are interested in taking part in this event or would like further information, please contact the Fundraising Team on 0115 910 1008 or alternatively please visit our website at http://www.nottshospice.org

Posted on 08 September 2011
Featured author: melissa.gueneau

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