Community Centre Christmas Quiz - The Answers

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The closing date for return of the Tarvin Community Centre Christmas Quiz was 5 January 2014. The answer sheets have all been checked and double-checked, the results tabulated, and the winners are:

1st prize (£10 shopping voucher) Barbara & Jim Hill (Tarporley)
2nd prize (sparkling wine) Peter & Jacqui Smith (Heswall)
3rd prize (chocolates) The Sadler family (Aldersey)

'The quizzes that came back were all of a very high standard, so congratulations to those of you who sent your answers in, and for those who didn't — we hope you enjoyed it nevertheless! Thank you to everyone who helped sell the quizzes, and to everyone who bought one — the overall profit to the Community Centre this year was £106'

The answers are attached

Ed:"Well done to Jane & Ted and everyone who took part and helped to raise a significant sum for the Community Centre!
If you like quizzes then get on down to the Community Centre this Friday for the Tarvin Annual Quiz, see details here"

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