Katy from Greenwich Oxfam Group wrote with details of their 2nd Annual Great Greenwich Treasure Hunt which takes place this Saturday, 31st August:
On Saturday 31st August the Great Greenwich Treasure Hunt will take place in and around Greenwich town centre. It will be a fun day out suitable for all ages.
Teams will be given a number of questions to answer by searching for clues in Greenwich and the area surrounding it. And this year we have a wider area to explore now that Greenwich Park has re-opened after the Olympics.
There’s some great prizes up for grabs too, including a football signed by the current Charlton Athletic team and more to be announced soon.
The treasure hunt will end at the lovely East Greenwich Pleasaunce Park where there will be live music, a bar & food on offer at Pistachio’s Cafe.
Tickets are available now via the below link, places will be limited so book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Adults £8, under 16’s at £5 and family tickets (up to 2 adults & 2 under 16’s) are £20. Under 5’s are free. Teams can be any size as tickets are per person. If you would like to be teamed up please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance.
The ticket price includes a goody bag with discount vouchers for local businesses to be used on the day or in future.
All ticket proceeds will go directly to Oxfam.
Participants should arrive at Greenwich Tourist Office to collect their treasure hunt packs between 11 & 11.30am on the day. The prizes are expected to be given out at around 2.30pm with the live music following this.