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Great Night at the Quiz

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A Fabulous £500 made for the Village Hall

We had a great night at our Quiz on Saturday 21st October. Almost 50 people came along to the Village Hall and enjoyed an excellent Quiz and a lovely supper of pie & Mash with home made puddings for afters.

Sandra and Janet compiled the sometimes easy, sometimes difficult to answer questions ably assisted by Joan on Scoring. Jeanne and her team did a great job organising the food.

CM Sports & Social Club promoted the event wth all proceeds going to the Village Hall and Chairman of the Village Hall Trustees David Barrett gave a vote of thanks to everyone who had helped to make the evening such a success.

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