Hustle with Russell the Brussel in our Christmas Game!

16th December 2019

Join in the festive fun!

Have some festive fun and learn more about Guts UK by playing Open Up, a brand new game that takes Russell the Brussel on a yuletide adventure.

Ferrier Pearce Creative Group picked Guts UK as their chosen charity this year, and they’ve developed the game to raise awareness of the crucial work we do. We’re so grateful for FPCG’s unique & incredible support. Play the game to learn more about Guts UK and donations will increase every time someone takes part.

Click here to join in & play.

Don’t forget to spread the festive cheer by using the hashtag #xmasincommon and sharing Russell with your friends & family.

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