Author: Tim Davies LLB
Have you booked your table for our fundraising quiz?
With less than a week to go until our fundraising quiz and raffle night in aid of Alzheimer's Society at SQ Bar and Restaurant in Braunton, we are delighted to confirm details of the great raffle prizes on offer.
Compass CHC are donating £250 to the event with a first prize of £125 for the winning quiz team and an additional £125 worth of raffle prizes. 100% of proceeds from ticket sales and raffle going directly to Alzheimer's Society on the night.
Raffle prizes include:
- £40 voucher to be used in either SQ Bar & Restaurant or in Squires (Braunton)
- A personal training session with Jake King Fitness (worth £30)
- A back massage at Pure Skin & Beauty in Braunton (worth £40)
- A piece of Bella Boho Gifts contemporary artwork (worth £25)
- Afternoon tea for 2 at Saunton Sands Hotel
- 2 tickets to the Big Sheep (1 x adult and 1 x child)
- Waterstones gift voucher
- Yankee Candle
Tickets for the raffle cost £3 a strip and can be purchased before the event from SQ Bar & Restaurant in Braunton or on the night.
We would love you to join us at this special fundraising event; tickets cost £3 per person to be paid on the evening and teams should be made up of 5 people. Whilst the quiz starts at 7.30pm, teams are welcome to book a table at SQ Bar & Restaurant for a meal prior to the event starting. There will be a bar available on the night serving alcoholic, soft and hot drinks.
We strongly recommend reserving a table - to do so all you need to do is e-mail Nicole Mason on firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, e-mail address, company and number of people you would like to book a table for.
What: Fundraising quiz & raffle for Alzheimer's Society
When: 25th April 2017
Where: SQ Bar & Restaurant, Braunton
Time: 7.30pm start
Cost: £3 per person (teams of 5 people)
Booking Contact: Nicole Mason email@example.com
Author: Tim Davies LLB
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