Dozens of insurers enjoyed a treasure hunt in London last week to help raise money for the Starlight Children's Foundation.

Teams of five competed against the clock to solve cryptic clues to find famous London landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, the Tate Modern and the Statue of Eros. The hunt began with a flight aboard a private capsule on the BA London Eye so groups could solve the clues and plot their course.

The 27 teams then had two hours to visit and photograph themselves next to as many landmarks as possible. They could use any means of transport – the Aegis team even brought their own motorbikes.

The special risks team from The Miller Insurance Group came first, followed by Hanover Park and Hillman Saunders.

The treasure hunt raised £4,500, and was organised by Miller Insurance Group in conjunction with Insurance Times.

If you would like to make a donation, you can contact Charlie Sale on 020 7488 2345 or email