Do you enjoy TV quizzes? Do you find yourself shouting the answers at the screen, and wondering how the contestants got there in the first place?
Try these to test yourself:
- Who won Eurovision in 2000?
- What is the capital of Nepal?
- Who was the surviving wife of Henry VIII? (Answers below… just in case!)
If you got the answers to all those, then why not use your knowledge to support a good cause. The Worksop Support Group for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is hosting a very popular quiz in aid of the Hospice on Wednesday 23rd November.
It will take place at Manton Sports and Social Club on Retford Road in Worksop, starting at 7.30pm. It is planned for teams of four players, and the entry fee is £5.00 per player. There will be prizes for various categories, and sandwiches for the break, with the Club bar open for drinks of all kinds.
Bluebell Wood supports children and young adults with life-threatening and life-shortening conditions, and their families, from North Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and North Lincolnshire.
Every penny raised allows Bluebell Wood’s Family Support team to offer vital emotional support to children and families going through some of the toughest times they’ll ever face. Whether it’s spreading joy and laughter at family activity days or providing invaluable counselling to parents or carers who have going through a difficult diagnosis, none of it would be possible without events like these.
To find out more about Bluebell Wood and the support they offer visit www.bluebellwood.org.
If you wish to enter a team, please ring John on 07784 197633, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t leave it too long to decide – space could be limited!
Answers (in case you need them):
- Denmark won Eurovision in 2000, with the Olsen Brothers
- The capital of Nepal is Kathmandu
- Katherine Parr was Henry VIII’s surviving wife