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Grantham hospice to hold It’s a Knockout

By David Parker

Lincoln Its a Knockout
Lincoln Its a Knockout

A fund-raising event which has raised thousands of pounds for a hospice in Lincoln is coming to Grantham.

Teams are invited to tackle an obstacle course made up of giant inflatables in an It’s a Knockout tournament in aid of St Barnabas Grantham Hospice.

Enjoy a great evening filled with thrills, spills, screams and laughter whilst raising money for a worthy local cause
St Barnabas spokesman

The fund-raiser is on at Wyndham Park in Grantham on Thursday, June 9, through the evening, from 6pm to 10pm.

Community events fund-raiser for Grantham Janie McCormick said: “It’s a Knockout has been a very successful event for St Barnabas Hospice in the Lincoln area for several years now and something that we’ve been wanting to trial here in Grantham for some time.

“We’ve received a lot of interest about the event and have potentially signed up six teams so far, with room for up to another six teams of 10.

“We hope to raise in the region of £3,000 and are very much looking forward to hosting this exciting and fun event.”

A St Barnabas Hospice spokesman added: “Get a team together with your friends and colleagues for an exciting challenge. Enjoy a great evening filled with thrills, spills, screams and laughter whilst raising money for a worthy local cause.”

Teams are of 10 people and can be mixed.

Registration is £10 per person and each participant is asked to raise at least £60 in sponsorship.

Registration is on a first come first served basis so early entry is advised.

For more information, call the hospice on 01476 591010.


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