BB Quiz Night 8th December

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It's not too late . . . .
. . . to sign up for the QUIZ NIGHT on Saturday 8th December! It promises friendly company, good food and plenty to make the grey cells work overtime.
Simply write your name on the list on the notice board in the church foyer. Teams of three to six people will be formed; if there are people you would like to be teamed with, please indicate this on the list!
It starts at 7pm and a buffet supper will be served. Payment of £8 per person will be collected on the night, and profits will go to our Boys' Brigade Company.
The Questionmaster will be Jerry Janes (who does a brilliant job), and it should be a great evening!

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