Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Thanks to Kew Ward

I attended the Kew Ward quiz on Friday night at the premises of the Gladstone Liberal Club. It was a great night with an excellent turn out. There was very keen competition especially between a team including quiz champion Brian Rimmer and John Pugh and Fred Weavers. I must admit our team 'Lime Tree' (named after Rachel's wine bottle) were languishing in last place for most of the contest. The last round to be marked was the one on children's TV 1950-1990. I shall not name the egg heads but we jumped from being favourites for the wooden spoon to outright winners.

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