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Treasure Quest is back

Treasure Quest is back

Swap your business suit for fancy dress when Treasure Quest returns next month to help The Little Princess Trust!

The invitation to join the drivers at this year’s Treasure Quest on October 14 is now out.

All are welcome to join the start line at Shelsley Walsh in Worcestershire before teams answer clues to make their way over to the Baskerville Hall near Hay-on-Wye.

Teams can enter Treasure Quest in ANY mode of transport and are encouraged to dress up for the occasion.

There have been some superb costumes over the years, and we’re looking forward to seeing some fabulous creations this year.

Treasure Quest was created by Martyn Edwards, a Director in the Birmingham office of commercial property specialists Colliers.

As a stage 4 cancer survivor who went through chemotherapy and lost his hair, Martyn decided to help children going through the same experience by setting up the Treasure Quest event to raise funds for The Little Princess Trust.

Fergus and Dad Martyn at The Little Princess Trust

To date Treasure Quest has raised over £30,000 for The Little Princess Trust, and in 2019 Martyn was made an ambassador by the charity.

To enter, teams just need to make a minimum donation of £100 or can set up a fundraising page to raise that amount (and hopefully a little bit more!).

So don’t miss out, book your space to race now!

For more information, visit: Treasure Quest 2021

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