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Jail & Bail Exeter 2024

Exeter Castle, Exeter
Corporate fundraising
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Sponsorship target:
£999 per prisoner
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Jail & Bail Exeter 2024

Get locked up for a good cause!

Bail set at £999

Who would you like to see behind bars?

Jail & Bail is a hugely entertaining courtroom event which sees nominated supporters arrested, charged with their crimes (entirely fictitious, of course) and then placed on trial.

If our jailbirds are found guilty of their 'wicked and entirely fictional crimes', which they inevitably will be, they get taken into custody, photographed and banished to the cells. They will only be released if they can raise bail of £999 from their connections, including friends, family and colleagues. This fun courtroom drama will raise vital funds for Children's Hospice South West.

The event returns to Exeter Castle on Thursday 14 March 2024 where our defendants will be trialled in front of our notorious "no nonsense" Judge! 

Do you have a boss, friend, colleague or local celebrity you would like to put on trial for an annoying habit, not pulling their weight in the office or do you want revenge! 


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Nick Parry is taking part in Jail and Bail for CHSW

Nick Parry

Company: Utility Warehouse

Crime: Frivolously spending a tax rebate

Plea: Guilty

Dave Hunt is taking part in Jail and Bail for CHSW

Dave Hunt

Company: Zero7

Crime: Offering criminally low prices to customers – without permission of the boss!

Plea: Guilty

Todd Gifford is taking part in Jail and Bail for CHSW

Todd Gifford

Company: Optimising IT

Crime: Telling punny jokes

Plea: Guilty

Richard Marsh is taking part in Jail and Bail for CHSW

Richard Marsh

Company: Exeter Chamber

Crime: Not replying to emails

Plea: Guilty

Stephen Levy is taking part in Jail and Bail for CHSW

Stephen Levy

Company: Winkworth Dartmouth Estate Agents

Crime: Being too charming when selling charity raffle tickets

Plea: Guilty

Edward Lee

Company: Wollens

Crime: Crimes against fashion by insisting on dressing like a teenager

Plea: Guilty

Kate James is taking part in Jail and Bail for CHSW

Kate James

Company: Porter Dodson

Crime: Enthusiastically overstating her 10k PB

Plea: Guilty