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Ipswich: The Hearing Care Centre invites local firms to enter teams for annual quiz night

13:00 19 April 2014

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The of The Hearing Care Centre's previous quiz nights.

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The Hearing Care Centre is inviting other local businesses to enter its annual quiz night, which is being held this year on Sunday, May 18 at Greshams Sports Club in Tuddenham Road, Ipswich.

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Teams can consist of four to six people, with entry costing £4 per person (including nibbles) and there will be cash prizes for the top three teams.

The Hearing Care Centre, based in Upper Brook Street, Ipswich, have held six previous events of its kind, with more than 200 trivia fans attending on each occasion.

More than £9,000 has been raised for local and national charities, with this year’s event raising money for Hearing Dogs For Deaf People and the Umutara School For the Deaf in Rwanda

Karen Finch, managing director of The Hearing Care Centre, said: “Our quiz nights are always brilliant fun and every event has been a sell-out. It would be great to have lots of local companies sending along teams to represent them.”

This year’s quiz night starts at 7pm. For full details and to purchase tickets, visit www.hearingcare centre.co.uk/quiz or call Matthew at The Hearing Care Centre on 01473 230330.

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