Stuart and John - rotary club quiz

A quiz night hosted by a Rotary club in Nantwich has raised £1,000 to support children with life-threatening conditions and their families.

Wych-Malbank Rotary Club held their annual quiz night in aid of Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith children’s hospices, raising £860 which the club then rounded up to £1,000.

Nearly 100 people took part as organiser and host John Sims tested their general knowledge.

They also enjoyed a hot buffet at the Rotary club’s home, Richmond Village Nantwich, with the event sponsored by Afford Bond Accountants.

Fellow organiser Stuart Cummings said the rotary club was proud to be a supporter for local charity Hope House and Ty Gobaith.

He said: “The quiz is always a popular event with this year’s being a complete sell out.

“It was lovely to be able to raise so much for such a worthwhile cause.”

Hope House Fundraising Team Lead Cat Dowdeswell thanked the club for their donation.

She said: “Money raised from events such as this helps us to provide vital respite, crisis and end-of-life care to children and their families.

“Thank you, Wych-Malbank Rotary.”

Find out more about the many ways you could support Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith children’s hospices at

(Pic: Wych-Malbank Rotary Club quiz organisers and hosts Stuart Cummings and John Sims)

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