Rail Forum Midlands Mystery Guest competition for Rail Aid 2020
The rail industry will be coming together next week to raise money and stop the COVID-19 virus claiming even more children’s lives.
Rail Aid will see a week of incredible stories, entertainment, games and prizes raising for the Railway Children.
The Railway Children has written the below about one of the events that will be taking place next week with Rail Forum Midlands.
“Many of you will remember the days of Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes doing battle on a Thursday evening, or more recently Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell and host Sue Barker and now Alex Scott trying to keep everyone in line, in that national institution, A Question of Sport.
I’m sure like so many of us though, the real highlight was the Mystery Guest slot, trying to decide who the famous sporting guest was from a short video, with their identity revealed at the end of the show.
Thanks to our friends at Rail Forum Midlands, and in support of next week’s major Rail Aid event, everyone across the railway family can now show their industry knowledge and take part in Rail Aid Mystery Guest. Not only will it be great fun for all who take part and give everyone taking part the chance to win prizes, but also each entry will help to bring essential support to Railway Children and the children they help every day.
Each morning at 9.00am, a new mystery guest video will go live at www.railaid.co.uk/mystery-guest, showing a well-known personality from the Railway Industry, without fully revealing their identity.
Everyone taking part will be then given 4 possible Rail personalities and asked to text their answer for the small donation of £2 to 70085.
A daily prize winner will be drawn and announced the following day, and at the end of the week, the identity of all four mystery guests will be revealed at the Rail Aid live show https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUp6JPYOsAhm5WflntmqC4Q with an overall winner who guesses all four correctly, announced.
Most importantly though every ‘guess’ texted in will help Railway Children in their essential work supporting Children and Young People in the UK who are in desperate need, meaning that life becomes so much safer for them and far less of the type of ‘mystery’ no child should ever experience.”
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