Bath’s keenest business brains invited to take part in Julian House’s annual fundraising quiz

August 11, 2022

Bath firms are being invited to put their mental mettle to the test in one of city’s longest-running charity events – Julian House’s annual corporate fundraising quiz.

Now in its 21st year, the event will feature up to 24 teams battling it out to answer challenging and fun questions for the coveted Brain of Bath trophy. 

Julian House, Bath’s main homeless charity, is staging this year’s quiz in the Assembly Rooms on Thursday 13 October and has promised the 10 rounds will include a range of tricky topics while also featuring its fun and unique ‘smells round’.

Entry is open now – with up to 10 people per team – and tables can be booked here

Early booking is recommended. The entry fee also includes a light supper from catering firm Searcys.

For smaller companies, there is also a chance to book half a table and join with another team.

Last year’s quiz raised around £10,000, with Bath architectural and urban design company Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios winning for second year running. 

They were closely followed by chartered financial planning group Fidelius in second place and the Quizzards of Odd in third, both finishing 10 points behind the victorious team.

Quiz organiser, Julian House senior community and events fundraiser Matt Redmore, said “We are absolutely delighted to be running the Brain of Bath again this year.

“This is always a popular event and teams have a great time. Last year we sold out our limited capacity despite the uncertain circumstances.

“The event is a great opportunity to team-build, provide a night of entertainment for clients and demonstrate your values, your organisation’s social values and commitment to corporate & social responsibility.

“By attending, teams are helping us to continue our vital work supporting vulnerable people in Bath and across the South West.”

He said Julian House was grateful for the support of local businesses who attend as well as Battens Solicitors and the Battens Charitable Trust (BCT), which are sponsoring the event.

Batten’s Bath office head of commercial property Patrick Mears added: “Julian House is highly regarded in Bath for the valuable role it plays in the city in improving the lives of homeless and vulnerable people. 

“The BCT has supported the Brain of Bath quiz in the past and we look forward to taking part again in what is always an outstanding fundraising evening and great fun for all those involved.” 

Pictured: Last years Brain of Bath winning team from Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios receive the trophy from Doug Watkinson of sponsors Deloitte

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