Great Big Pre-Festive Quiz


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Our Great Big Festive Quiz is back!

Our Great Big Festive Quiz returns a little earlier this year to raise funds for Salford4Good.

The pre-festive quiz is a great chance to thank your volunteers or to enjoy a team night out.

The quiz will see the return of our Salfordian Play Your Cards Right and name the Salford 4 Good bear.

Tickets are £5 per person. 

Teams are made up of 6 people and your ticket will include a buffet on the night.

The hall bar will be open for drinks during the evening. There will be prizes galore, music and a raffle!

To reserve your place, please register online below.

You will need to pay the £5 ticket price to secure your place by the 10th November.

You can pay by cash, card, cheque or BACS. Please contact the office for further details: 0161 787 7795.

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The quiz will be held in Eccles Community Hall, the entrance to the Hall is located on Irwell Place opposite Eccles Community Leisure (was Fity City Eccles). We will place signs around The Old Town Hall, please follow these directions to the entrance.

21st November, 2017 7:15 PM   through   10:30 PM
Eccles Town Hall
Church Street
Manchester, M30 0LH

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Phone: 0161 787 7795  ext. 201
Phone: 0161 787 7795  ext. 202
One ticket £ 5.00
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Salford CVS & Volunteer Centre
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The Old Town Hall 
5 Irwell Place 
Salford, M30 0FN

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Salford CVS is the city-wide infrastructure organisation for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector; providing specialist information, advice, development support and opportunities for influence and collaboration.

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