Hankelow quiz celebration

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White Lion, Hankelow
Minutes: 18 November 2010

Hankelow has celebrated its first Quiz anniversary at Hankelow Cottage.

In January 2011, Ian Jones from Hankelow started the first of his monthly quizzes at Hankelow Cottage, our local Bangladeshi restaurant, managed by Azmol Hussain.  

Since then the quizzes have gone from strength to strength and teams of four mull over the question sheets whilst enjoying a sumptuous 3-course Indian meal for a mere £8.95. 

The quizzes take place on the last Monday of each month and are open to all. There are prizes on offer, kindly donated by the management of Hankelow Cottage. The quiz costs nothing and is great fun.  

Why not give it a try… exercise the little grey cells whilst enjoying good company and a tasty Indian experience!

If you require any more information, please contact Ian Jones on 812555.

 

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