Big Brains of Chelmsford are invited to the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Corporate Quiz Night!

Join the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity for our very first Chelmsford Corporate Quiz Night at The Cloud FM County Ground, home of Essex County Cricket on Thursday 11th July 2019.

Local businesses are being invited to test their wits in an evening of friendly competition by taking part in our Corporate Quiz Night; this will be a brilliant evening to spend with friends, entertain clients, reward staff or simply enjoy a good night out. As part of the evening food will be available to all attendees, bar open from 6pm and a charity raffle with fantastic prizes.

Financial company Boost Capital based in Chelmsford, have been one of the companies to already sign up;

Ian Simpson, Collections Manager from Boost Capital said;

“Cancer is an issue that’s close to all of our hearts. Almost everyone at Boost Capital has known someone who’s suffered from this horrible disease. Helen Rollason is a fantastic local charity, providing real help to people at their greatest time of need. It’s for this reason that we’re delighted to be able to help out in whatever way we can.”

Karen Mitchell, Corporate Fundraiser for Helen Rollason Cancer Charity said;

“This will be a light-hearted evening where everyone will be able to stretch their brain cells for a good cause. If you are a business owner looking to fulfil your corporate social responsibilities, looking for a team building event, an informal networking opportunity or simply fancy supporting HRCC in a fun way, we would love to welcome you along!

We already have a number of Chelmsford teams signed up including Tees, Scrutton Bland, Birkett Long, Birketts, Swift Construction, Abacus Build;  if you think you can beat them why not join us? We also have a HRCC Volunteers and Staff team ready to play, plus a team of HRCC Trustees so the battle is on to come out on top!

Any support will be very much appreciated, even if you simply share our flyer with co-workers and friends/family; I hope many local businesses are able to get a team together and come along on the night. But don’t delay – we only have a couple of tables left!”

£95 for a team of 6: Corporate teams should register by calling 01245 380719, stating their team name and team details. Food is included and bar is open from 6pm. Quiz begins at 7pm and car park is available. Please note there is a limited capacity so places will be reserved on a first come first served basis.

For more information about the event please call 01245 380719 or email

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