No5 Chambers presents The Anthony Barker QC Memorial Shield 2014 Six-A-Side Cricket

Thu, 17 Apr 2014

A fund raising event in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care, Citizens Advice Bureau and Avon and Bristol Law Centre

No5 Chambers invites you to participate in our charity six-a-side cricket event. Following on from last years successful tournament, The Anthony Barker QC Memorial Shield returns at two venues:

- Friday 20th June 2014 
Bristol (Day Event at Brislington Cricket Club)
Click here to view flyer

- Friday 5th September 2014
Birmingham (Floodlit Event at Moseley Cricket Club)
Click here to view flyer

All proceeds from the events will go to Marie Curie Cancer Care and Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau.

Enter your firm (6 players)

Experience the razzmatazz of coloured clothing, floodlights, white balls, black sightscreens and music. Teams will compete on a round robin basis within their groups. Matches will consist of 5 overs per side and each team will play a minimum of 3 games.
Lunch, supper and team coloured clothing included in the entrance fee. See flyers for further details.

To enter a team, please use the following links to contact the Marketing Team:

Click here to enter a team for the BRISTOL event

Click here to enter a team for the BIRMINGHAM event

We also invite guests to come along to watch the matches and support colleagues who are taking part. A bar and refreshment facilities will be available throughout the day. Please contact the marketing team if you would like to attend the Bristol or Birmingham events as a guest

Charitable Donations

Should you wish to make a donation via the Virgin Money Giving page, please click here.

If you wish to contribute a prize for the raffle or if you wish to make a charitable donation please email [email protected].

Testimonials from last years event

"What a fantastic experience it was to be involved in the inaugural '6ixes' tournament. Whilst the weather did everything it could to put a dampener on the day, the venue, format and planning was such that it ended up being a great event for all teams, enjoyed by all no matter what level of experience in cricket the participants had. Playing under floodlights was a particular highlight for us and definitely an incentive for teams to progress through the qualifying rounds".

"A great fun day was made all the worthwhile, given it was in aid of such a worthy charity".
Khalid Mahmood - Kennedys Law

"A fantastically organised event, which combined healthy competition with fun and sportsmanship"

"Playing the latter stage matches under floodlights gave all involved a fantastic experience.  Walking out to bat with the music playing certainly gets the adrenalin pumping!"
Nick Taylor - Higgs and Sons

"The No5 Chambers Charity Cricket Tournament was one of our most memorable events last year. It was well organised, competitive and a thoroughly enjoyable day out. Particular highlights included watching the final played under floodlights and the bespoke team kits. I hope the event is run again soon."
Stephen Rome - Wragge and Co

Charity

Marie Curie Cancer Care

Marie Curie Cancer Care was established in 1948 - the same year as the NHS. More than 2,700 nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals help provide care for terminally ill patients in the community and in our hospices, along with support for their families. This year we expect to provide care to around 29,000 people with cancer and other terminal illnesses. Visit www.mariecurie.org.uk for more information. 

Citizens Advice Bureau 

Birmingham?CAB help people from all walks of life by providing advice on many issues; employment, consumer, debt, benefits, health, tax, housing and immigration. Many clients are in crisis, and can be at risk of losing their homes, jobs or families. Visit www.citizensadvice.org.uk/ for more information.

Avon and Bristol Law Centre

The event will also support the Avon and Bristol Law Centre which provides free legal advice for the local community. The organisation relies on donations and grants from local councils to enable it to keep providing free legal advice for people who live in the South West. Visit www.ablc.org.uk for more information.

 

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