Journalists and PRs set to do battle on Saturday 15 September at Acton Cricket Club.
Hacks vs Flaks is an annual sports ding-dong between PRs and journalists that has raised more than £350k in the past decade for a variety of charities – open to all.
If you would like to play, please contact Ed Berry, Jamie Ricketts or Dan Hyde for the cricket; and Anna White or Vicky Connybeer for the rounders.
The National Autistic Society – a charity which provides life-changing information and advice to millions of autistic people – has received generous contributions from sponsors Ascot Lloyd, CBRE, Blackstock, EY, FTI, Brewin Dolphin, Emperor, Vismedia.
Organisers will unveil the fundraising total after the event.
The event starts from midday at Club des Sports in Acton, followed by a reception around 4pm by event ambassadors and a barbeque.
“Hacks vs Flaks is open to all, come and cajole and enjoy the setting. It is a great day out and we are delighted to be raising money for the National Autistic Society this year,” said FTI Consulting’s Ed Berry.
Ed Berry – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jamie Ricketts – email@example.com
Dan Hyde – firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna White – email@example.com
Vicky Connybeer – firstname.lastname@example.org