Henbury Village Quiz Night Friday 18th November

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Henbury Village events committee will be holding a quiz night with a twist on Friday 18th November in the Church Hall. This is an open event for all to come along and join in a light hearted quiz. Refreshments will be served and drinks will be available. Feel free to bring friends and make a team or take a seat and join in the fun. Be sure to brush up on current events and look for the odd local question or two.

Funds raised from this event will be used to help with the refurbishment of the catering facilities in the Church hall which is a valuable asset to the community and all those that use it.

The Quiz evening commences at 7:30pm Tickets available by contacting Ann Cousin Tel: 01625 610059 Email: ann.cousin@tiscali.co.uk

Adults £8 Children £5 each including refreshments.

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