No5 Comes in the Top Three in the West Midlands Brain Game

Wed, 21 Oct 2015

The No5 Chambers’ team came third in the Legal Services sub league in the 2015 Marie Curie West Midlands Brain Game. Heart breakfast presenter Ed James and TV presenter Anthea Turner jointly hosted the quiz on the 8th October 2015 at the ICC in Birmingham.

The event and auction was a huge success raising £125,000 for Marie Curie services in the West Midlands. Steven Reed captained the No5 team this year, other members included Daniel Griffiths, David Mitchell, James Parks, Adam Mountford, Christopher Snell, Stephen Whitaker, Nicola Preston, Helen Tringham of Mills and Reeves and Catherine Yule of Shakespeare Martineau.

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