By Audlem Webteam - 23rd December 2011 11:50am
Just a reminder that if you've got nothing to do over the Christmas period Audlem Cricket Club has come to your rescue!
A quiz sheet with 200 questions that will test out your general knowledge has been put together by 2nd XI wicketkeeper Leo North.
The quiz sheet costs just £1 and is raising money for both the Cricket Club and Aida Orphanages in Kwazulu, Natal. The quiz sheet is available from The Flower Divas, The Village Fryer, the Lord Combermere, Audlem Cycles and Hankelow Cottage.
All of these establishments, together with Audlem Post Office, Beamans and the Old Priest House Coffee Shop, Braids Hair and Beauty Salon, the Bridge Inn, Mandiboo, Santosha Boarding Kennels and Cattery, the Shroppie Fly and Williams Newsagents have generously sponsored the quiz.
The Cricket Club is raising funds to install an artificial wicket to allow cricket practice to go ahead, even when the ground is wet.
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