Escape room challenge raising money for Northampton charity offers unique approach
Both sighted and visually impaired participants will be able to join in
Northampton Association for the Blind wants to celebrate a special event with the whole of Northamptonshire, offering an Apocalypse Escape Room Event, where the citizens can solve different challenges.
It is unique because it is the first inclusive escape room online that will enable both sighted and visually impaired participants to take part.
This event will take place online during the Tuesday April 27 at 7pm. Tickets can be purchased through JustGiving writing an email to [email protected] or contact organisers by Instagram direct message (@nabcharityescaperoom) and then you will receive a link, so you can help the association for only £3.
This event is organised by four Spanish students, who are studying the last year in Live Event Production at University of Northampton. Dasha Gapitch, Helena Cuenca, Judit García and Victoria Pshenchenko are very happy to help the NAB charity organising this event raising money and awareness for this wonderful charity, for those who are visually impaired.
Northampton Association for the Blind is a Northamptonshire’s local sight loss charity, which provides advice, practical support and products to help visually impaired people live life to the full.
This year marks the charity 125 anniversary. In 2019, there are an estimated 22,500 people with some degree of disabling sight loss in Northamptonshire. By 2030, as the County’s population grows and ages, this number could rise to over 32,000.
So, for this reason it is important to raise awareness organising events like Apocalypse Escape Room.
For more information please visit the https://nab.org.uk/