This treasure Hunt event is being hosted by 5 sport and recreational management students from the University of Edinburgh.
It's done in teams with up to 5 people per team and each team must donate £5.
The winning team of this treasure Hunt gets to choose a charity to donate everyone’s £5 donations to and a bottle of Edinburgh Gin
Starting at the meadows at 1pm on the 21st of January this event is a perfect opportunity to explore Edinburgh's biggest attractions while also helping a charity in need out!
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