"Ever Hopeful's" name proved a winner as they amassed a total score of 110 points. Close behind in second place with 107 points were "The Queries" who were followed by "Mixed Blessings" and "Debbie's Dream Team" both on 102.
More than 80 people attended the return of this popular event in our calendar and £1,336 was raised for Swindon Carers.
2022 will see the return of this popular fund-raising quiz organised jointly by the Rotary Club of Swindon North & Thamesdown and the Inner Wheel Club of North Wiltshire.
Anyone is welcome to enter a team of 4 to 6 people (it is NOT just for members of the 2 clubs)
The funds raised will go to the Swindon Carers Centre, marked especially for the Young Carers support team (see below)
Tickets cost £12.50 per person and that includes the Ploughman's Supper with home-made desserts
Ticket price includes a generous Ploughman's Supper of bread, cheese, celery, pate, tomatoes, pickles, chutney & butter followed by a selection of scrumptious home-made desserts.A cash bar with a limited selection of drinks will be available
Prizes will be awarded to the winning team.
Raffle, for lots of prizes
Friday 11th March 2022 at the Supermarine Football Club, Supermarine Road, Swindon, SN3 4BZ
6.30pm for a prompt 7pm start
Swindon Carers Centre is a charitable organisation, which is part of the Carers Trust Network, established to provide help and support to the 21,000 unpaid carers in Swindon. Young carers are children who look after someone within their family home. This may be a parent, brother, sister or other family member who has an illness, physical or learning disability, a mental health illness or misuse of drugs or alcohol. A young carer usually takes on practical and/or emotional caring responsibilities that would normally be expected of an adult. The Young Carer team supports children aged 5 years and up.
Swindon Carers Centre, Sanford House, Swindon, SN1 1HE
Registered Charity No: 1061116 | Registered Company No: 3305621A
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