News: Kingston Smith Quiz Success

Posted on 28th November 2017

Redhill accountants’ annual Charity Quiz Night raises £3,000 for two local charities


Accountants and business advisers, Kingston Smith’s annual charity quiz last week raised £1,500 each for Rainbow Trust children’s charity, Leatherhead and The Children’s Trust, Tadworth.

The quiz, now in its 19th year, attracted 16 teams of five who enjoyed 10 rounds of questions. A winning team from Stevensdrake Solicitors triumphed.

More details available from our press release via this link:
https://www.kingstonsmith.co.uk/insights/redhill-accountants-annual-charity-quiz-night-raises-3000-two-local-charities/

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