Suicide prevention charity OLLIE to host St Albans treasure hunt

The OLLIE Foundation will be hosting a treasure hunt in St Albans in September

The OLLIE Foundation will be hosting a treasure hunt in St Albans in September

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Budding treasure hunters are being asked to take to the city in a bid to raise money for the OLLIE Foundation.

The Herts Advertiser has supported the OLLIE foundation with its 'Something to Talk About' campaignThe Herts Advertiser has supported the OLLIE foundation with its 'Something to Talk About' campaign

The charity has organised a treasure hunt on September 11 where groups will compete against each other to find clues dotted across St Albans.

Kelly Avis-Hay, who helped organise the event, said: “In this innovative, adrenalin-packed treasure hunt, the city streets of St Albans become your playground as you get out and about to explore, learn, find clues and compete against other teams in our unique and fun-filled event.

“Armed with your tablet or smart phone as your tour guide, this is a team event with an interactive twist as you work together to locate the city-based hot spots, answer questions, collect photographic evidence and earn vital points.”

Tickets are £10 for adults, £5 for children, and kids under seven go free. To book click here.

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