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Christmas Toy Appeal’s quiz is back for 2018

PUBLISHED: 16:52 19 November 2018

You could join the greats, like last years Newham Blips, in winning the Maureen Allen Challenge Shield at the Christmas quiz. Picture: submitted

You could join the greats, like last years Newham Blips, in winning the Maureen Allen Challenge Shield at the Christmas quiz. Picture: submitted

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Who needs to wait for Christmas Day to squabble with family members over the answers to a random game?

The Christmas Toy Appeal’s quiz is back for 2018, and this year promises to be better than ever.

Always a good night out, this year’s quiz will feature ten rounds and a mini marathon to test your knowledge.

And with a bring your own nibbles and drinks policy, there’s sure to be some heated debates break out over that river you simply can’t remember the name of.

Teams can have up to eight people and cost £75. Proceeds will go to the Recorder and Community Links’ Christmas Toy Appeal, which is aiming to send 18,000 toys to youngsters across Newham.

The quiz takes place on December 6 at 7pm at Community Links.

For further details and to book a place, contact Kevin Jenkins at 07860 487 727 or kevinjenkins.christmas@gmail.com.

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