Cornwall Council’s charity quiz raises money for two causes
On Thursday, the annual Cornwall Council charity quiz took place. This quiz has now been running for seven years. Teams from though-out the Council take part to help raise money for good causes, but to test their knowledge again other department for bragging rights, and to avoid the wooden spoon.
The quiz master is the Council’s Monitoring Officer, Richard Williams who sets the fiendishly difficult and damn-right obscure questions. The music round is an assault on the musical senses. The quiz team names are part of the event, and there are some great play on words.
Over two hours team did battle in the various rounds. The contest was close, and it all came down to the last round with a winner take all series of questions. Five teams were in the running for the bragging rights, which the Cabinet team were ones of those.
Whilst, the event was great fun, the important aim of the quiz was to raise money for two great causes. This years charities were: Kernow Young Carers and Macmillan’s Hospice Care. From the event £1500 was raised. This money will be now shared between the two great causes.
Thanks must go to the organisers and helpers of the quiz in make this a successful event.
The Laurance Reed’s appreciation society, and in total amazement to the actual team itself, took quizzing honours and won the quiz.