It’s a Knockout
Let the games begin!
Big news! This year we have all new games for you to get stuck into – including some of the original “It’s a Knockout” costumes! Combining a mixture of outfits, inflatables and water, you and your team will compete for points across six different games. The team with the most points will be crowned winner and presented with medals to wear with pride!
For teams of 8-10 people, the event will commence at 5.30pm with games starting at 6pm prompt. Over the next two hours teams will rotate through different games, including Fe Fi Fo Fall, Penguin Pursuit and Bird Cage Rage. These games will test your teamwork, strength, stamina and balance – oh, and your stomach muscles will get a great workout from all the laughing too!
Pay to Play
The children at Rainbows love getting messy and wet too. Children like Hunni (pictured) are able to have these experiences every time they visit the hospice – but we need your help to continue providing mess, mischief and memories.
We’re asking every team for a deposit of £150 to sign up then to raise at least £700, which could provide almost three months worth of arts and crafts materials for Hunni and the children we care for.
How you raise that money is up to you – maybe your company could make a donation or match the money you raise, maybe you’ll decide to split the amount between the team members, or maybe you’ll raise the money with some fundraising activities like a bake sale, raffle or similar.
However you choose to raise money to support children like Hunni, we’ll be on hand to help and offer advice on how to reach that target and even exceed it. As well as a prize for the team who win on the day, there will also be a charity prize for the team who raise the most money.
Good to know
Please bring some cash as there will be a bar and food available on site if you would like to fuel up! These will be open during and after the event. Feel free to bring your colleagues, friends and family to cheer you on and take some funny photos.
Thank you so much to Loughborough Schools Foundation for letting us use their venue free of charge.