‘Pie, peas and prosecco on arrival’ – Royston Chamber of Commerce host quiz night

PUBLISHED: 17:24 26 March 2017 | UPDATED: 17:24 26 March 2017

Royston Chamber of Commerce have organised a quiz night to take place on Thursday.

Royston Chamber of Commerce have organised a quiz night to take place on Thursday.


Quizzers from Royston businesses, clubs and societies are invited to get together in teams of four to six people to take part in a quiz night organised by the town’s Chamber of Commerce.

The evening is being held at the Old Bull Inn on Thursday from 7.30pm, with the quiz starting at 8.00pm.

Tickets are £10 per person for chamber members – or £12.50 per person for non-members – and include a supper of pie, peas and prosecco on arrival.

To sign up or for more information, please email info@roystonchamber.org or call Julia Brooks on 01763 877110.

For more information about the Royston Chamber of Commerce and their local events visit their website www.roystonchamber.org or their Facebook page.


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