Check out the extended version of our leaderboard showing our top points scorers. Each time you complete a hunt, all your points for correct answers will automatically be added on to your score. A couple of successful treasure hunts and you will be shooting up the rankings.
Although Bill Badger may be the leader for all of our lifetimes there have been new entrants over the Summer including L. Drinkwater, Ali Richards, Tokio Star and Matthew. Good completions of the driving treasure hunts have helped, but a mother/son combination rattled off four hunts to make an impression. Make a name for yourself and get on that leaderboard or alternatively give us a reason to put you in the Hall of fame!
Here it is...The Black Cat Club Hall of Fame...our current 10 favourite treasure hunts,past and present, and everything Black Cat!
*A group of 16 Russian lawyers based in London and Moscow, dressed as teams of dark and white witches and wizards. Glamourously with gem decorations on their faces and long flowing dresses (women) and resembling the cast of Game of Thrones (men)they attempted all sorts of questions and challenges. Great fun and quite a stir was caused as they hunted around the Seven Sisters cliffs and throughout Brighton for mystery,magical objects. It`s possible this hunt will never be surpassed?!....
*The hen party that purchased Pink sombreros on the back of one of the treasure hunt questions.
*The teams from Assystem,Worthing who on their second personalised Black Cat Treasure Hunt carried out the first ever Cockney Rhyming Slang themed hunt.
*The Blind Veterans UK teams who have completed sensory hunts in Lewes and Brighton and now one for the staff around their office building in Ovingdean, but including their own blindfolded smell and taste tests.
*The birthday treasure hunt in London that involved the Changing of the Guard and choosing the winner of the next Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.
*2020 may have been a year of restrictions, but it also lead to our first Indoor,No Holds Barred Treasure Hunt Challenge. There was a Salsa dancing dog and a tower created out of chocolate biscuits. Britain`s Got Talent have been looking in the wrong places!
*The Platf9rm teams with their video clips trying to perfect their`lift` from Dirty Dancing for one of their challenges on an evening treasure hunt during a monthly social event.
*The treasure hunt that started in Regents Park with an early challenge of taking a video clip of a penguin (yes ..London Zoo is close by) and finished in Camden Town with a final team challenge of singing an Amy Winehouse song of choice. (she was a market trader before she hit the big-time and has a statue in Camden market).
*The families who drove across Sussex dressed up in `Wacky Races`theme to celebrate 2 x 40th birthdays.
*A girl`s birthday treasure hunt in Ringmer involving snakes, a Pinata, a proper treasure chest and an egg`n`spoon race.
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