Tuesday Night is Quiz Night

Home » Latest News » Tuesday Night is Quiz Night
Lord Combermere 2

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

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Post Office logo
Sat 18 Jan 1:13pm  |  hits: 1,453

Due to our technical difficulties with the phone lines being down and from a security aspect, Lllovely and Audlem post office will be closing at 1pm today.We hope that BT rectify this situation by Monday, and we apologise for the inconvenience it is causing our customers.Thank you for the support still being given throughout this...

Village centre
Tue 21 Jan 6:08am  |  hits: 969

Rest of the World Cut OffThere have been numerous reports in chatbox and elsewhere about failures in the telephone system (both landline and mobile) throughout the village and surrounding area.Broadband seems to be unaffected.The best description of the problem might be this one from chatboxWe seem to have a Russian Roulette phone service although Internet seems okay. Sometimes we get a...

St.James Church
Tue 21 Jan 6:09am  |  hits: 862

Rescue St James ChurchI am launching an appeal to help with the fabric of this marvellous and so iconic a building here, dominating the village. The subject of what must be thousands of photographs, postcards and paintings. And such a beautiful edifice. Major repairs are needed and with the full permission of our Vicar, Helen Chantry and the Audlem PCC, this new call for help is to be...