Puzzlair supporting the Bristol Children's CharityPosted on: 05 Sep 2017
The team behind Bristol's real life escape room Puzzlair have announced that The Bristol Children’s Charity will be their charity partner for the next year.
Bristol Children’s Charity has no paid officials so every single penny that is raised by the charity is spent helping Bristol children who reside within a twenty-five mile radius of the city centre and are living in a condition of need, hardship or distress. The Charity is run by a committee of dedicated volunteers. The Appeals Committee are the front line and they assess, process and respond to each and every appeal as it comes in thus ensuring that funds are distributed in a sensitive and careful manner.
Puzzlair are supporting Bristol Children’s Charity by not only donating the funds from the sale of their wrist bands but also offering free game sessions for local children from the charity.
Owner of Puzzlair Gabor Nemeti stated "We are very proud that a small company like Puzzlair can help to support such a worthwhile cause. For us, having set up in the UK, it is great to be able to give back to a local organisation thanks to the hard work of my team."
Puzzlair is the only three award-winning escape game within the South West of the UK, achieving 3 certificates of excellence from TripAdvisor and is therefore one of the best entertainment centres in the Bristol area. Using its reputation Puzzlair is proud to help support the needs of local children in and around Bristol. The founders of Puzzlair and the staff are all Hungarian and work extremely hard to entertain customers from all backgrounds. Their ultimate goal and aim is to ensure people have a fantastic fun time and go away happy!
To keep up to date with activities of Bristol Children's Charity visit their website at www.bristolchildrenscharity.co.uk.
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