07 July 2022

Local charity Julian House is once again inviting companies from Bath and the surrounding area to put their mental mettle to the test at their fabulous event the ‘Brain of Bath’. On Thursday 13th October up to 24 teams will battle it out in the fun and competitive quiz event to see which team has what it takes to claim the title.

Now in its 21st year, the popular quiz will see teams compete for the coveted Brain of Bath trophy through ten rounds of challenging and fun questions in the beautiful Bath Assembly Rooms. Rounds include a variety of tricky topics and feature the fun and unique ‘smells round’.

Organiser Matt Redmore said “We are absolutely delighted to be running the Brain of Bath again this year. This is always a popular event and teams have a great time. Last year we sold out our limited capacity despite the uncertain circumstances.

The event is a great opportunity to team-build, provide a night of entertainment for clients and demonstrate your values, your organisation’s social values and commitment to Corporate & Social Responsibility. By attending, teams are helping us to continue our vital work supporting vulnerable people in Bath and across the South West.

We are very grateful for the support of local businesses who attend and for that of Battens Solictors and the Battens Charitable Trust who are very kindly sponsoring the event."

The Head of Commercial Property at Batten’s Bath office, Patrick Mears said; “Battens Solicitors and the Battens Charitable Trust are delighted to be the main sponsors of the prestigious Brain of Bath event. Julian House is highly regarded in Bath for the valuable role the charity plays in the city in improving the lives of homeless and vulnerable people. The BCT has supported the Brain of Bath quiz in the past and we look forward to taking part again in what is always an outstanding fundraising evening and great fun for all those involved.”

Entry is open now (up to 10 people per team) and tables can be booked on Julian House’s website. Early booking is recommended. The entry fee also includes a light supper from renowned caters Searcys. For smaller companies, there’s also the scope of booking half a table and joining with another team.

Sign up on the Brain of Bath website.

For more details, please contact Matt Redmore on