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

Wych-Malbank Rotary Club recently 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 whilst also enjoying a hot buffet at the Rotary club’s home, Richmond Villages Nantwich with the event being sponsored by Afford Bond Accountants.

Fellow Organiser Stuart Cummings said that 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.”Wych-Malbank Rotary Club quiz organisers Stuart Cummings and John Sims get quizzical to raise funds for Hope House children’s hospices.