Abingdon Rotary's DNAPQ (Definitely Not a Pub Quiz)

Fri, Nov 10th 2023 at 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

The most popular Quiz, The DNAPQuiz, returns for its 13th year, to raise money for Rotary-sponsored charities.
Sales now closed. Ask at dnapquiz@gmail.com if there are any spare seats on a table.

The 13th year of the popular DNAPQiz!

Friday 10th November,

7pm for a prompt 7.30pm start

Steventon Village Hall

Table price held at 2021 level

Ploughman's supper + two bottles of wine (or beer alternative)


Fully illustrated questions & answers + electronic scoreboard, all on big screen

Table for up to 7 people £140

Register, reserve a table at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/701947362457?aff=oddtdtcreator

Supported by Loose Cannon Brewery

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Group Photo taken by AbiBinit

On Saturday the 24th We joined other groups in Abingdon on a River Litter Pick. The Sun shone and we all had a great time. We look forward to being involved with the Plastic Blitz next time.

Rotarians hard at work to End Polio Now

4000 crocuses planted outside Abingdon Police Station in two hours to celebrate our Rotary Foundation ending Polio across the world


Larkmead School 6th Formers take on the Rotary Club Weighty Challenge

Setting up for the great evening ahead

One of the most popular events on our calendar, the regular DNAPQuizzes raise a lot of money for our local charities, supported by the Rotary Club of Abingdon.

Installing water tanks in Africa

We worked with the Nasio Trust to install water tanks in Tanzania, to provide safe drinking water. Ground water in the region is heavily fluoridised and causes health problems for the population.

Two splendid cups commissioned for our Club's annual Youth Speaks competition.

Two splendid cups commissioned for our Club's annual Youth Speaks competition. Often won by our talented young people from Abingdon's six secondary schools, our winning teams often go on to the next levels of this national Rotary Competition!


The Club's foreign conscience - here immunising under-fives in India against Polio. There is no cure for Polio but it is preventable with a vaccine. Only two countries now remain endemic. We’ve reduced cases by 99.9% since 1988

Member of Abingdon's Interact Club (=Junior Rotary) immunising an Indian child against polio on Rotary's 110th birthday. Photo taken from her camera.

The Rotary Foundation is Rotary International's own charity. It does an enormous amount of good in the world. Watch the video The Heart of Rotary for a flavour!

Abingdon Rotarians nourishing the local community - in historical dress!

The Club's local conscience