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Charity quiz raises £17,500 for Norwood


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Charity quiz raises £17,500 for Norwood


Over 200 people braved a wet and windy Sunday night for Norwood’s 12th  Annual Supper Quiz. The event, which was held at St Michael’s Banqueting Hall in Golders Green, raised £17,500 for the UK’s largest Jewish children’s, family and learning disability charity.

Hosting the evening’s entertainment was Alan Dedicoat, better known as the National Lottery’s ‘voice of the balls’. After guests were put through their paces with a series of tricky general knowledge questions, The Quizralites were declared the winners, beating runners up East 17 by just three points.

Enterprise Supper Quiz Committee Co-Chairs, Jeremy Callman and Ron Fogelman agreed: “It was a brilliant evening, and a great chance to enjoy a little friendly rivalry, at the same time as raising money for an incredibly worthwhile cause.”

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