Last night (19th April) Pure Structures entered a team of 6 into the Thomas Sinden quiz night raising money for Coram – one of the UKs first children’s charities helping to transform the lives of some of the countries most disadvantaged children.
With 10 teams in total, we certainly did not disgrace ourselves and came comfortably within the pack.
Our team did however excel with the challenge to build the tallest structure in 10 minutes out of spaghetti and jelly babies.
We were by consensus acknowledged as the outstanding winner adopting the ‘DNA’ repeating triangular form.
A couple of photographs of work in progress are attached prior to a heinous act of sabotage by the TS host team!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Thomas Sinden for a great evening.