Back to News
Exeter Chamber members to be Imprisoned for Charity
Posted on: May 12th 2016
Section: Member news

On Friday 13th May, Exeter Chamber members Christopher Dean of Pavey Group, Glen King of Glen King PR & MarketingBruce Henderson of Exeter City Football Club and Richard Martin of Hampton by Hilton Hotel Exeter will be marched to Exeter Castle and charged with a fictitious crime. 

Christopher, Glen, Bruce and Richard are four of nine jailbirds who if found guilty of their 'wicked and entirely fictional crimes', which they inevitably will, will be taken into custody, photographed and banished to the cells. They will only be released if they can raise bail of £999 from their connections, including friends, family and colleagues. This fun courtroom drama will raise vital funds for Children's Hospice South West.

You can follow the event via twitter using the hashtag #CHSWBail.

This entry was posted in by . Bookmark this permalink.
Trade Mark Success a sign of Business Confidence

A leading Devon law firm has jumped up the rankings for the Top 100 Trade Mark Filers of 2018-2019 to...

Read more
Polar explorer launches online careers fair to help young people affected by pandemic

Back-to-back careers fairs are being launched to give young people across the South West of England the chance to talk with...

Read more
Commercial flights resume at Exeter Airport as demand builds

Monday, 29 June 2020, Exeter, UK – Commercial flights from Exeter are now available to book once more, with Ryanair recommencing...

Read more