A SOLIHULL pub is hosting a charity games event to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA).
The free event, at the Flute & Flagon includes bingo, a quiz and a raffle.
As well as table-top games and board-game classics, there will also be ring toss, flip cup, beer pong and Jenga.
Emily Southcott, deputy manager of the Flute & Flagon, said: “MND is a disease that can affect anyone at any time and it has impacted many of our pubs colleagues and teams.
“This particular cause was voted for by our people and we are happy to be working with such great charities for the next year in our fundraising efforts.”
Motor Neuron Disease is a progressive disease, which gradually damages parts of the nervous system.
The rare condition leads to muscle weakness, which can have a huge impact on quality of life.
MNDA as a charity help to fund research into the disease and help to improve support and overall care for people with MND.
The charity also helps to support families and carers who live and care for loved ones with the disease.
Emily added: “This event was set-up primarily as a fundraiser for the MNDA charity. We have a long-standing regular who was affected by this disease. It’s therefore a charity close to our hearts. We hope for the event to be engaging and fun, something we can give back to our local community.”
The event is from 7pm until 11pm on Saturday April 30.
Cocktails will be 2 for 1 all evening.