Two charities benefit from pop up Vulcan Enigma Room
Visitors to a pop-up Vulcan themed Escape Room at Lakeside Village have helped to raise over £1000 for two local charities.
The pop up Vulcan Scramble Escape Room, was created by Nick Granger from the Enigma Live Escape Rooms for Lakeside Village appearing over the Easter Holiday’s and the money raised after costs will be split between two charities.
Lyndsey Parry, deputy centre manager at Lakeside Village, said: “We are thrilled that our pop-up Escape Room will benefit charity.
“The exciting Cold War era Escape Room raised £1054, after costs, which will be split between Vulcan to the Sky Trust, who helped out massively with the theme at set up of the Escape Room and our current charity of the year, Team Verrico.
“We are always looking for ways to offer our customers new and exciting things to experience when they visit Lakeside Village and when we can tie that in with raising money it is great.”
With over 40 stores offering lots of choice, Lakeside Village also has 920 free parking places, a selection of places to enjoy a meal or drink, an indoor and outdoor play area for children and a series of special family events throughout the year.
For further information visit www.lakeside-village.co.uk