“Borough, Book and Bankside” is a Treasure Hunt with a literary theme. This is your chance to discover history on your doorstep This hunt is available for private hire. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Previously held on 9 September 2013 at 6pm – Tickets £10 each from http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/borough-book-and-bankside-treasure-hunt-tickets-7763919091?aff=eorg
See some amazing street art, while unravelling cryptic clues in south London. The hunt takes around 2 hours and is available for private hire. Please contact us at email@example.com This has been held on 17 August 2013 and 14th October 2013 Tickets are £10.00 per person from http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/street-art-treasure-hunt-tickets-7764217985?aff=eorg http://brixton-street-art-eorg.eventbrite.co.uk/
At the British Museum The questions are mostly straight forward rather than crypt – ic. The trick is that the identity of the objects you are hunting is hidden in a Halloween story. Solve the puzzle of the story and answer the questions to try and win a treat. This hunt is available for private hire.… More Trick or Treat Halloween Treasure Hunt
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Ho, ho, ho! It’s time for a festive Treasure Hunt. At the National Portrait Gallery in London on Saturday 14th December 2013 starting at 2pm The 12 Days of Christmas Treasure Hunt is based on the traditional Christmas carol. You will not have to strain your singing voices, just your “little grey cells” as you try to… More The 12 Days of Christmas Treasure Hunt
‘Party Season’ is here. A time to break with the diet and indulge. Just as long as you don’t over indulge. Hospital admissions for alcohol related accidents and injuries go through the roof as people drink 41 per cent more in December than the monthly average. It goes without saying you should never drink and… More Take Care During ‘Party Season’
Snow globes are often used in film and literature to symbolise childhood and innocence. It is not known when snow globes were invented but they were known in France during the early 19th century. Snow globes appeared at the Paris Universal Expo of 1878, and by 1879 at least five companies were producing snow globes… More snow globes
Of the 350 reported fairy light injuries, most occurred whilst decorating. Injuries include people falling while putting up the lights, children swallowing the bulbs, and people getting electric shocks and burns from faulty lights. Lights can also have fatal consequences with an alarming number of deaths caused by people watering the tree with the lights… More Christmas Trees and Fairy Lights can be fatal.