A treasure hunt with a difference hosted by
in aid of the Nelson Trust and the Lord Mayor’s Appeal.

2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the parliamentary act enabling many women – and men - to vote. In honour of this milestone, the Pewterers’ bring you a unique treasure hunt on the streets of the City of London.

Thursday 14th June 6pm at the Central Criminal Court (‘Old Bailey’), London EC4M 7EH for welcome drinks hosted by Lady Mayoress Samantha Bowman and Sheriff Timothy Russell Hailes JP (Alderman).
Early bird tickets are only £25 per person (till 25 May thereafter £35). This includes drinks at the Old Bailey, supper and entrance to The Little Blue Door. Book as a team of 6 and get a 10% discount.

The Event and Timings
At 6.30pm pre-arranged teams of 6 will head out with different sets of clues and challenges to answer on different routes from Old Bailey to Oat Lane. The team with the most correct answers – and, importantly, the most entertaining contributions to the quirky challenges you will be set – will be declared the winner. Being first past the post at Oat Lane will not win you the prize!

NB deep knowledge of the City’s streets and buildings may not be a guide to superior performance in this off-centre social event! There will be prizes on offer.
At 8pm after the walk, there will be much more than a hard plebiscite available, as a delicious supper will be served at Pewterers’ Hall, Oat Lane, London EC2V 7DE. Relax with your friends and colleagues until 10.30pm, as the drinks flow liberally. Then, if you’re up for still more fun, fizz and frolics, ‘Go WEST!’ for the after-(political) party from 11pm at The Little Blue Door, Parsons Green ( Further details will be released nearer the event by the Returning Officer (aka Master Buxton).
Your Guide
This commemorative event has been designed especially for us by Mark King, whom Young Pewterers will remember from enjoyable quizzes and themed walks for us in recent years. Mark not only holds the Blue Badge and City of London guiding qualifications, he is author of The Blue Badge Guide’s London Quiz Book and current Chairman of the British Guild of Tourist Guides.​

Supported Charities
All proceeds will be divided between:
The Nelson Trust (registered charity: 1056672), the Master’s chosen charity for the year. The Nelson Trust is a major UK authority on recovery from addiction. The charity believes that with the right combination of support, there is nothing an individual cannot achieve. The hundreds who come through their doors go on to recover, start afresh and flourish with their families. Go to for more details.
The Lord Mayor’s appeal 2018 (Registered charity: 1148976) aims to have a transformational impact on people’s lives by bringing together businesses, neighbouring communities, employees and charities to find solutions to some of London’s most pressing societal issues. Go to: for more details.
Whether you are a Suffragist, a Suffragette or just suffering from indecision,
‘VOTE FOR TREASURE!’ Select your running mates and book your places right away!

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