Village Quiz 2016

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Posters are about to be displayed around the village urging residents to sign-up a team for the 2016 Village Quiz.

As you will see from the attached poster, the 2016 Village Quiz will be held as usual at Tarvin Community Centre on Fridays 15th and 22nd January

Entry fee is only £5 per team which consist of 4 members plus one substitute, and you need to register your team by December 24th to be entered into the draw.

For more details call Margaret Dixon on 01829 740665

Ed:"This is always a fun, hard fought contest, a bar is available and there are opportunities to win the raffle too! Come on Tarvin residents lets make this a great event to start 2016"

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