Scavenger hunt to take place across Weston

PUBLISHED: 17:00 17 May 2018

Staff at Cabot Court Hotel have previously raised money for CLIC Sargent through a skydive.

Staff at Cabot Court Hotel have previously raised money for CLIC Sargent through a skydive.


Many of Weston’s businesses will be opening their doors for charity later this month.

The Cabot Court Hotel, in Knightstone Road, has teamed up with organisations to arrange a scavenger hunt across the town on May 30.

The Grand Pier, Weston Museum and the Odeon cinema are just some of the places where people will be able to collect items related to each business and the town’s history.

The event’s organiser Bex White is happy with the early response, adding: “It is great 
to see so many businesses involved for such a worthwhile cause.”

Groups of up to six people can meet at the pub as early as 9am to sign up and collect a pack detailing the trail.

Points will be awarded for the number of items collected and pictures.

There is no time limit on the scavenger hunt but all forms and pictures must be returned by 7pm.

There is a cost of £2 per person, with money raised going to charity CLIC Sargent.

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