Blue Sky Scavenger Hunt

Blue Sky Autism is holding a fun and family friendly fundraising Scavenger Hunt in Bridge of Allan on Saturday 17th March.

Blue Sky Scavenger Hunt

About Blue Sky Scavenger Hunt

We are running on just 2 small £10k grants this year and we need your help! My amazing staff team are organising a number of events this year and it would be great if you could support them. The lovely Rhona is kicking things off with her fabulous Bridge of Allan Scavenger Hunt on Saturday 17th March.

If you would like to join us in a fun, family friendly adventure around our little village, please email Rhona on rhona@blueskyautism.com to sign up.
The event will be a £10 per person sign up, collected on the day.

If you can’t make it along- we are looking for donations for our luxury hamper prize! If you, your employer or any businesses you are linked with would like to donate a little something please get in touch.
Looking forward to a fun day and hope to see some of you there!

location: in and around bridge of allan, meeting point Blue Sky (9 fountain road, beside the hideaway)
time: 11am
date: 17th March
Price: £10
Prize: luxury hamper including whisky, vouchers and edible treats. children will receive a goodie bag for taking part.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Blue Sky Scavenger Hunt are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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