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Jail and Bail Bristol 2020

March 2021
10:00am - 4:00pm
The Island, Bristol
Corporate fundraising
Event organiser:
CHSW

Get locked up for a good cause!

Bail set at £999

CHSW Jail and Bail event - in the Police vanWe will be taking a group of local business men and women into custody for the day, charging them with their crimes (entirely fictitious, of course!) and then placing them on trial. Bail will be set and then the clock will start. Over the course of the day the group will email, Tweet, text and call their friends, family, colleagues and contacts, in order to raise enough bail money to be freed.

We are looking for 13 wicked jailbirds who will be found guilty of their 'entirely fictitious crimes' (which they inevitably will)  then taken into custody, photographed and banished to the haunted cells. They will only be released if they can ‘trick or treat’ family, friends and colleagues and raise bail of £999. This fantastic courtroom drama will raise vital funds for Children's Hospice South West.

If you think you’re brave enough to take part or are cruel enough to nominate someone else in this event, then simply click on the 'Ask a question' button below to find out more.

Jail and Bail Plymouth 2017

Jail and Bail

Venue

The Island, Nelson Street, Bristol BS1 2LE

Bill Kiernan

Bill Kiernan

Company: Sweet Construct

Crime: Wearing inappropriate clothing

Plea: Guilty

Craig Carter

Craig Carter

Company: Cabot Circus

Crime: Still using Old Spice in 2019 and saying it’s trendy

Plea: Guilty

David Callaghan

David Callaghan

Company: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Crime: Droning on and on about bikes

Plea: Not guilty

Jamie Lowe Emily Horne

Jamie Lowe and Emily Horne

Company: Bristol TV

Crime: Reporting fake news

Plea: Not guilty

Mike Beesley

Mike Beesley

Company: TIMESTWO Investments
Crime: Eternal optimism
Plea: Guilty

Paris Troy

Paris Troy

Company: Freelance

Crime: Stealing other people’s jokes for the radio

Plea: Guilty

Scott Murray

Scott Murray

Company: Bristol City FC

Crime: Horrible banter and lively shirts

Plea: Guilty

Thomas Burley

Thomas Burley

Company: Grosvenor Consultancy Ltd

Crime: Telling inappropriate jokes and tales in the office

Plea: Guilty