Our next Rotary Bingo Quiz will be on 25 April 2021

Join Hatfield Rotary on line for a fun evening of Bingo Quiz. All funds raised will be going to Rotary Charities.

Our next Charity Quiz Bingo will be a little different

It will be jointly run with The Rotary Club of Radlett
We have a new name Quingo
Its on Sunday 25 April 2021
Please register in advance at


choose the "Ticket" button when you will get a free e- ticket and the option to make a donation. 

SUGGESTED DONATIONS: £7-50p single or £15 for a

 book here

You will need a 5 x 5 grid for each of the two rounds with enough space in each square to put a number and question answer. Don’t forget you will need a writing implement. Draw your grid in advance and put numbers 1 to 25 randomly in the squares. If you do it randomly then each of us should have a different layout of numbers. Do make the layout of the numbers different for each of the grids that are participating on your (logged in) screen

In each round there will be 25 easy questions . After the questions we will play Bingo using the squares and our quiz master will draw out numbers randomly.

We will have two separate 25 question rounds + bingo with an interval part way through to give you the opportunity to top up your drinks.

The winner of the quiz (each of the rounds) will be the person who is the first to get a line of 5 correct answers – the line can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal..

Remember it is all for fun!


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Join Hatfield Rotary on line for a fun evening of Bingo Quiz. All funds raised will be going to Rotary Charities.


Our club is involved in international community projects, sometimes alone, sometimes in partnership with other Rotary clubs, or with other organisations


At our Club in Hatfield we work in our community, with our youngsters and support international charity work. This said, we also enjoy a great social time


Hatfield may be a small town but has a big place in history – not just in Britain but around the world. Founded before the Norman Conquest in 1066, Hatfield has played an important part in Tudor, Victorian, and aviation history.


Breaks Manor supports both a Youth Club and “Men In Sheds” for the not-so-young. After 70 years, the main building has needed much refurbishment – we were able to help and provide a generator system to allow youth events after dark in their grounds