It was puns-a-plenty as 20 local teams from the legal, property and financial sectors got together to raise much needed funds for Chichester based charity, Children on the Edge.
The Moore Stephens Quiz Night held at the Pallant Suite in South Pallant on Wednesday 9th November raised in excess of £3,800 from the entry fees, raffle and extra games played through the course of a highly enjoyable evening.
The team, which included law firms, architects, banks, accountants and the Chichester Tennis and Racquets Club not only proved themselves on some tricky rounds of questions, but came up with some creative and cringeworthy team names.
Ian Owen, Laura Colville, Tony Tynan, Will Stisted, Nicola Burden and Stephen Brown comprised Anderson Rowntree's triumphant "Tequila Mockingbird" (groan!) team, who reigned supreme, winning by a nervy 5 points from second placed Gemini Datalogger, who were last year’s winners.
While it it was a strong team effort, the reality was that Tony was the true star in their firmament!
Children on the Edge makes a difference for thousands of marginalised children, who are living on the edge of their societies across the world. Many are without parental care, neglected or persecuted by their own governments, ignored by the international media and missed by large overseas agencies.The charity works with local communities across the globe to help children have a safe, child friendly environment by generating hope, life, colour and fun.
For more information on how to support them, click here.