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Boys Are Back Town For Sick Kids

Wednesday, 14 March 2012

IT’S time for the lads to put their sporting knowledge to good use as the Sick Kids Friends Foundation presents a fantastically fun night out for the men.

‘The Boys Bash – Ultimate Sports Quiz 2012’ will be hosted by renowned Scottish sports presenter Scott Wilson and is set to test your sports know-how to the limit, as men pit their wits against each other over dinner, drinks and some friendly banter.

Whether you’re looking to entertain clients, staff, or simply have a lads night with your mates, the Boys Bash will deliver laughs-a-plenty. As well as fun quiz rounds, there will also be a raffle and some unique auction prizes up for grabs.

Having a child in hospital is every father’s nightmare, so funds raised from this event will go towards helping sick children and their families while they are in hospital.

The Sick Kids Friends Foundation provides state of the art equipment to underpin the hospital’s excellent service and reputation, family accommodation so that parents can stay close to their children, and the Drop-In Centre to give families extra support to help them get through the difficult times.

This year’s Boy’s Bash will be held at the Apex International on Thursday March 22nd from 7pm onwards. Tickets are priced at £40 per person, and this includes a welcome drink and food.

Join us at the Boys Bash 2012 and help make the Sick Kids even better!

Please contact Linda for further details on 0131 668 4949 or linda.cameron@luht.scot.nhs.uk


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Issued by Beattie Communications on behalf of the Sick Kids Friends Foundation





The Sick Kids Friends Foundation helps sick children get better by funding extra medical equipment, improving facilities, financing specialised research and training and providing a wide variety of extra comforts for young patients and their families at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, other health centres in the East of Scotland and in the Community. For more information please visit http://www.edinburghsickkids.org/