A record £2,525 raised to support the work of
Citizens Advice Surrey Heath
Friday, 6th October saw the return of our annual Quiz Night in aid of Citizens Advice Surrey Heath. This is proving to be a popular event with 25 teams of up to 8 people participating this year. We were fortunate that St Paul’s Church in Camberley kindly offered us their venue again as we filled the church to capacity.
The event was a great success with a fun and lively atmosphere, great questions, good food and some friendly competition. However, the best news was that we smashed our target of £2,000, raising £2,525 to support our work with those most vulnerable residents of Surrey Heath.
This means we can provide more home visits and support housebound clients to help them find solutions to the problems they face – improving their access to free advice and ultimately their well-being
The evening couldn’t have happened without the hard work and generosity of some fantastic individuals and organisations so our thanks go to:
The Royal Collection Trust
Mark Cooke Salon
The Ambassadors, Woking
The Old Wheatsheaf, Frimley Green
Sainsburys – Camberley
And everyone who helped with the setting up and clearing up on the night.
Congratulations to the winning team ‘The Team With No Name’, who pipped ‘Fang Farriers Plus’ to the post in a last minute tie-breaker.