After some 18 months providing virtual quizzes and on-line presentations it was a great to be able to meet in person once again to raise money for our chosen charities, Safer Places and specifically in October for Breast Cancer.
With what is fast becoming this October tradition we embark on a short walking tour around a part of London that many of us never knew was there. This year we were around St Pauls Cathedral hunting for Treasure. Following the accidental demolishing of a Roman Urn amateur archaeologist Paul Upperbone (ne Deputy CSSA Chairman Paul Ashton) came across a map. Our quest was to locate the treasure from the clues.
Great fun was had by our teams Including ‘Pink Bio’, ‘Four SHED’ The BIRKIN Boys and the final winners ‘Sweeney Toddlers’.
We were generously supported by headline Sponsor Pearroc Ltd for our delicious buffet and welcome back drinks with additional charity sponsors including Barclays Print; Bio Productions; Birkin Cleaning; Complete washroom Solutions; Darwin Clayton; Incentive QAS; Janitorial Express; LWC Ltd; Principle Cleaning Services; Progress Cleaning; Ram FM; Safer Space; Safety Solutions; The Hill Club; Tomorrow’s Clean and Ucomply.
Everyone had a good time with some great feedback ….
“The Hill Club was delighted to sponsor the 2021 CSSA Treasure Hunt and, on a personal note, I was equally delighted to participate and support the event. It was terrific fun, mentally stimulating and expertly coordinated too. Congratulations to the CSSA team for a highly successful event and for your formidable efforts in raising money for your chosen charities. Looking forward to 2022 already!” - Phil Smith, Chairman, The Hill Club
“As a Freeman and Liveryman of the City of London, I was most impressed to learn more and see hidden sides of the City that I was not aware of before, It was a thoroughly enjoyable day and especially helped as our team won.” - Rob Sutherland, RAM FM
Angela Gill, Bio Productions-” Thank you to CSSA Women’s Group again for a wonderful fun event; great causes and an opportunity to see London in a whole new light!”
and we raised £1000 to be shared between the two charities too.