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Every Tuesday Night.

Our very popular quiz nights continue apace with many folks enjoying a good evening with questions that are not too taxing and in an atmosphere that is quite relaxed, with only the rudimentary of rules.
Prizes of wine and/ or beer for each of 7 rounds- plus a light buffet of sandwiches and super chips at half time is very popular .
We devote a few nights per year to a charity as requested by quizzers themselves and primarily all local ones.

The forward plan is as follows-

October 1st . A marathon cycle from France to UK by Victoria Consterdine , raising money for a special cause..

November 5th . A night in support of helping disabled children ride horses and ponies by Martin Powell

November 26th . A quiz in aid of "One Punch can Kill" which Is a National cause educating folks as to certain dangers.

January 21st -- in aid of Audlem Cycle Club

Do come along and I promise you a very pleasant evening .

Ralph Warburton
Quizmaster for the past 20 years or so

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