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Friday, 15 June 2012

THE FIRST MIDDLEWICH DIARY PUB QUIZ



THURSDAY 14th JUNE
 at THE BOAR'S HEAD, MIDDLEWICH!

A fun evening in aid of WATER AID, the charity which aims to provide clean and drinkable water for people all over the world. A basic human right, which most of us take for granted.

The evening took the form of a traditional pub quiz, with the accent on fun and enjoyment, and raised  £75 for WATER AID


MANY THANKS TO ALL WHO CAME ALONG AND HAD A VERY ENJOYABLE EVENING


AND ALSO MANY THANKS TO:

LIZ & PAT McGUINNESS for donating bottles of wine as prizes,  for providing refreshments and, of course, for hosting the evening.

HANNAH COX for donating prizes.

PETER COX for donating prizes  helping with administration, and being the scorer on the night.

BALTI SPICE TAKEAWAY for donating prizes (Set meal for two and set meal for one).

CYNTHIA BEEVERS for donating prizes.

PAUL STEVENS for his cash donation.

DANNY SMITH for his cash donation.

CLIFF ASTLES for compiling the picture round from his own collection of Middlewich photos..

LYNNE HARDY for help with administration and for suggesting the charity we worked for on the night.

THE BLOKE who pointed out that Gladys Knight & the Pips were not a 'girl group' because The Pips were all men. Obviously a pub quiz regular.

Many thanks also to everyone who  told us they were turning up on the night, and also to everyone who  had the courtesy to tell us they weren't  able to make it.

The Results:

FIRST:  THE WANNABEES 45/60 points
SECOND: THE MAJESTIC FOUR 43/60 points
THIRD: THE BOAR'S HEAD QUIZ ISN'T THE SAME WITHOUT YOU DAVE! 42/60
FOURTH: EL RASSO!! 36/60
FIFTH: THE TEAM WITH NO NAME 33/60
SIXTH: CHESHIRE FOLK 32/60
SEVENTH: BJ ALLSTARS 24/60



How well do you know Middlewich? 

Find out here as we bring you the
 rounds from the quiz


KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE MIDDLEWICH
DIARY FOR NEWS OF OUR NEXT
MIDDLEWICH DIARY QUIZ!
(ARCHIVED 18/6/2012)

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