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Weekly Edition - Published  18 April 2016


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Breakout Liverpool announces their 3rd Charity Day

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BREAKEOUT Liverpool is excited to announce its next Charity Day will take place on Thursday, 21 April 2016. For this event all proceeds from Breakout Liverpool are being donated to Charity. This is the 3rd time Breakout have held a charity event, which involves donating our sales proceeds, but some charities also take some rooms and sell them on themselves to their members and partners.

Cursed Carnival and Shipwrecked; All proceeds from these rooms will be donated to Imagine If Trust. This is a local charity aiming to transform lives through community projects and education. Breakout have worked with Imagine If Trust for their Charity Events before and have built a strong relationship with them.

Wanted, The Facility and Classified; The proceeds from the sales of these games are all being donated to Barnardos, who work to improve the lives of vulnerable children and young people.

Sabotage; This game's proceeds are all being donated to Parkinson's UK, who support people suffering from the disease and fund research for better treatments and a cure.

Breakout Manchester's High Street games' will see the proceeds being donated to charity. The charities benefitting from this are; The Christie, a Manchester hospital charity striving to provide specialist cancer treatments and researching more effective combatants and an eventual cure for this disease that effects so many, and Joining Jack, a charity based in Wigan who work to fund research into treating and bringing an end to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which effects 1 in every 3,500 boys worldwide.

Nationally the Breakout have now put out feelers to gauge if other escape game companies would be willing to join them in donating to charities for the day, if this goes well, they hope to expand this for the next charity event in October 2016.

What is Breakout Liverpool Liverpool? Breakout Liverpool operates live escape rooms, with their main site located in the City Centre, by the Met Quarter. Teams of 2 to 5 people have 1 hour to escape a locked room by solving a series of clues and puzzles.


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