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Online Charity Quiz - Tues 1 December at 7:30pm


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Local charity, Link Age Southwark's online Pub Quiz is back on Tuesday 1st December at 7:30pm live on Facebook, but this time with a festive twist! Play on your own or with a team via Zoom and get ready for some Christmas cheer with Quiz Master Andrew at the Big Give Christmas Quiz.


Follow the Link Age Southwark Facebook page to participate on the night: [www.facebook.com/linkagesouthwark]


It's free to take part, but we ask you to consider a ?5 donation per team. This event is a fundraiser and your donation will go towards the Christmas Challenge, where we're raising vital funds so that we can adapt the way we offer our social and activity groups for older people living in Southwark.


The Big Give Christmas Challenge is the UK?s biggest online match funding campaign, taking place from midday on Tuesday 1 December until midday on Tuesday 8 December. During this week, any donations made to Link Age Southwark, up until the target is reached, will be DOUBLED!

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