Tuesday Night Charity Quiz

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Lord Combermere

The Quiz at the Lord Combermere this Tuesday is to support St Luke's Hospice.

Besides the Quiz, there will be Hospice Christmas Cards on sale, a Raffle and an Auction.
 
The Raffle prize is a Seasonal Hamper. The Auction Lots are:- 


  • 2 Complimentary Tickets for the New Vic to be used between Jan 25th and May 11th 2013

  • Vouchers to the value of £15 for any Odeon and they have no end date

  • Vouchers for a Manicure or a Pedicure and

  • A Dinner Party for up to 8 people in your home - the lucky bidder will provide the food and drink which will be prepared, cooked, delivered to your house. 
    It will be served and a waiter will discretely hover to replenish glasses and plates. The washing up will disappear at the end of the evening to return sparkling clean.
    This Party is not available over the Christmas and  New Year period but what a treat it will be to look forward to during the dark winter days!

 

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