By Debbie Ruscoe - Icke - 29th March 2012 7:02am
I would just like to say how much the Audlem First Responders and friends enjoyed the charity quiz held at the Shroppie Fly on Tuesday evening.
The event was well supported and a great big thanks goes out to Kate and Andy for hosting the weekly event through the winter months and for Tony Lynch for his quizmaster skills.
The grand total raised is £404.45.
Without very kind donations and local support from events such as these, the First Responders would not be able to provide this vital service in Audlem and the surrounding areas.
So, once again, thank you for your continued support of the group and the donation will be put to extremely good use.
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