Tuesday Quiz raises £551

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Lord Combermere

The Quiz at the Lord Combermere on Tuesday night was to support St Luke's Hospice.

A magnificent £551.51 was raised and we would like to thank all the people who made this possible. 


  • Jo and Allen for allowing us to hold the event at the Lord C and for their generous hospitality

  • All the people who came to the Quiz

  • All the people who donated raffle and auction prizes 

  • and last but by no means least Ralph Warburton and Mike Haynes for hosting the evening and for all the work they put into making sure it is a success. 


Thank you. Your support is greatly appreciated
 

 

 

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