NSPCC Quiz Night

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Audlem District NSPCC committee invite you to a Quiz Night in the Public Hall on Friday 5thOctober.

Please do support this worthwhile charity.  It promises to be a great night, with Quiz Master Andy Dunn.  He is the Sports Columnist for the Sunday Mirror and is a regular contributor to BBC Radio Five Live and Sky Sports. Also,  the first newspaper he worked for was the Crewe & Nantwich Guardian, so he has real local connections!

Doors open at 7.30 for a 8.00 pm start, and the £15 per person ticket  entitles you to a two-course meal, along with entry to the quiz.  Raffle tickets will be available and there is a fully licensed bar.

Tickets are available from all committee members.  Tel:  01270 811647 or 811282.  Alternatively, they are also available from Williams’ Newsagents on Shropshire Street.  Just call in and ask.

 

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