Quizzers help raise £100 for Herts-based charity Mercy Ships at event organised by Royston Chamber of Commerce

PUBLISHED: 10:45 12 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:48 12 April 2017

The winning team was Mixed Nuts.

The winning team was Mixed Nuts.


More than 80 people headed to Royston’s The Old Bull Inn in a charity battle of the ultimate quiz brains.

The Royston Chamber of Commerce quiz was enjoyed by more than 80 people.The Royston Chamber of Commerce quiz was enjoyed by more than 80 people.

There were 14 teams in total on the night who all enjoyed a supper of pies, peas and prosecco and raised £100 for charity Mercy Ships.

The Herts-based charity provides the world’s largest charitable floating hospital to bring free medical care to some of the world’s poorest people.

Mixed Nuts were the winning team – formed by employees from Melbourn’s Walnut Medical and The Accountancy Practice in Royston.

Julia Brooks, chair of organisers at Royston Chamber of Commerce, said:

“The evening was buzzing, we’re so pleased with how it all turned out. A special thank you to the The Old Bull Inn for providing us with a great venue and the delicious supper too.

“Also a big thank you to the quiz master, Julian Berry and everyone who took part and helped us to raise vital funds for Mercy Ships.

“We’re looking forward to our next local event in June.”

Membership for the chamber is free for clubs and societies and £30 for businesses.

See www.roystonchamber.org for more information or go to their Facebook page.

For more on Mercy Ships go to www.mercyships.org.uk/

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