Mental health charity chosen as escape rooms relaunch partner
£5 from each booking at Scramm Live Escape Rooms will go to Restore from October
A Banbury business is being relaunched with a promise to support Restore – the mental health charity on Calthorpe Street. Husband and wife team Andrea and Allan Love have taken over Scramm Live Escape Rooms and from October will be donating £5 to restore for each room booked.
The venue, which is based next to the train station offers visitors the chance to escape reality for 60 minutes, immersing themselves in a game of hidden clues, cracking codes and solving brain testing problems.
Andrea Love said: “We have invested in Scramm Live Escape Rooms to give the local community a fun place to enjoy time with their family and friends away from the everyday stresses. Our Escape Room Games will give people the opportunity to escape from reality for an hour and allow their mind to play, which can only improve their wellbeing.”
Restore CEO, Lesley Dewhurst said, “We are really excited and grateful to the new owners of Scramm Escape Rooms for asking us to become their charity partners.
“Restore exists to help the people of Oxfordshire to recover from mental ill-health, and we know how helpful it can be for peoples’ recovery journey to engage in group activities of all kinds – including fun activities like the ones that Scramm provides! We think this is a partnership made in heaven.’