I’ve just become aware of this event scheduled to take place in Holland Park, Brownhills, on Saturday, 10th August 2013. The flyer below says entries have closed – but with 10 days to go, I’m sure they’ll probably fit your team in if you’re quick.
Last year this took place in Pelsall and was a great day out, by all accounts. My apologies for not getting it out quicker – but this looks like a fine thing that will be fun for competitors and spectators alike.
For more information, or to enquire about entering a team, call 01922 653707. The cost is £20 per team, will all proceeds being donated to Air Ambulance.
Teams sought for ‘It’s a Knockout’ event in August
Are you up for the challenge? Could you gather an intrepid team from family, friends or workmates to face likeminded warriors?
If the answer is yes, then you can sign up to ‘It’s a Knockout’ event in Holland Park, Brownhills on Saturday 10 August 2013.
The family fun day has been organised by the Brownhills, Pelsall, Rushall and Shelfield Area Partnership and follows on from last year’s successful event in Pelsall.
And this year the wheels are in motion for an even bigger event, with teams being invited to apply to take part in this year’s showcase based on the popular 1980s TV game show of the same name.
Councillor Garry Perry, chair of the Area Partnership said: ‘Last year’s event was a great success and I’m delighted to confirm it’s returned again.
‘For once, the weather has been fabulous and I’m hoping more teams will come forward this year to take part. I’m really looking forward to it.’
Teams need to be a minimum of five people are now being invited to register to take part and must do so by no later than Monday 29 July.
To register call 01922 653707 or 01922 653710 or email Aaron Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a registration pack. All entrants must be over 16 years of age, the entrance fee is £20 per team with all proceeds will go to the Air Ambulance charity
House building firm Taylor Wimpey have kindly donated £500 to support the cost of the event.
Councillor Ian Shires, cabinet member for communities and partnerships for Walsall Council Coalition added: “It’s the perfect opportunity for members of the community to come together and to enjoy a great day out for the whole family.
‘The council’s partners will be available throughout the day, including NHS, Police and Fire service with craft stalls and entertainment keeping everyone entertained.’
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