Posted on 17th November 2016
Thank you for the email. You beat me to it!
We all thought it was a great night – fun questions and a good range of subject matter. Having won last year, I too was thankful that we did not win, although it was not for want of trying! One of our team members is a volunteer at the hospice and it turned out he had a very extensive general knowledge. The things you find out about people when out of the office environment.
Anyway, we were delighted to receive the donation and the money was checked and total was a fantastic £427 . It was great to see so many people enjoying themselves and supporting the hospice . I will be writing to Lance to thank him.
I could do a certificate this time to make it different and I am around Tues-Fri next week, if you are free anytime then?
Many thanks once again for your help and support.
St Peter & St James Hospice
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