Virtual
Gala
Quiz

Join leading figures from the world of sport for our first virtual Gala quiz or sponsor the event and help raise vital funds for our work.

Date: Thursday 19 November 2020

Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Venue: Your Home

Price: £50 per team (including two raffle tickets)

As the London Playing Fields Foundation Gala Dinner at The Savoy cannot take place this year, we have set up an exciting alternative that will allow us we connect with our supporters.

The Virtual Gala Quiz will take place on Thursday 19 November and can be accessed from your own home. You will hear from the peerless MC Martin Bayfield and a range of sporting starts before taking part in our quiz from the comfort of your sofa.

reasons to attend or sponsor our Gala quiz

  • Hear from high-profile keynote speakers, whom at previous LPFF events have included former London Mayor and current prime minister Boris Johnson, former prime minister Sir John Major, sports presenter Clare Balding and lyricist Sir Tim Rice.
  • The one and only Martin Bayfield will host the evening, regaling participants with hilarious sporting stories and reminding people why playing fields are so important.
  • Get the chance to take home exclusive gift experiences in our silent auction, including everything from lunch with sporting legends to money can’t buy experiences.
  • Sport has been hit hard during the Covid-19 lockdown and with your support we will use the funds raised during the evening to help Londoners get back to playing sport.
  • Play the quiz alongside friends and family to support our mission to provide a place to play sport forever.

To find out more about this year’s event download our Virtual Gala Quiz Flyer

To get a virtual Gala quiz ticket or find out more about becoming a sponsor, please email Lottie Walker on LOTTIE.WALKER@LPFF.ORG.UK.

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