News: Quiz Night Sold Out

Posted on 3rd March 2016

The Quiz Night at the Woolpack on March 15th for BHBPA companies and friends is now sold out. I am pleased to say that we have 19 teams all ready and cramming with Encyclopaedia Brittanica every night before bed. It will be an exciting, competitive and fun evening I feel sure.

The costs will be just £5 per member of team, in teams of between 4 and 6. That fiver will include a delicious snack of cheese or chilli nachos provided by Lance and Dee at the Woolpack. We shall also be holding a raffle which will raise money for St Peter & St James Hospice. Of course some of you may wish to get there early and eat at the pub beforehand

Teams competing will be:- Plumpton College, Newman Thomson, Sutton Winson, Nova Direct, Ridgeview, Bruynzeel, Lloyds Bank, Bio-Productions, Kreston Reeves, Bennett Christmas, Rawlison Butler, Preview, Nat West Bank, SPSJ Hospice, Station Taxis, MCL Telecom, Beacon Services, EAO and the BHBPA team of course.

There has been one drop out yesterday and so there is one possible spot left …? Looking forward to the evening – starts around 7pm.

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