It’s time for teams to put their knowledge to the test and help raise pounds for good causes.
The Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press are putting on a great quiz at St Nortbert’s on Friday, May 17 to raise money for Spalding Rotary’s Two Lips charity week.
Tickets are available now, priced £8, from our offices in The Crescent, Spalding, and include a fabulous fish and chip supper from Sheddy Turner’s Fish Restaurant. There’s also a licensed bar.
Teams can be between four and eight people.
Free Press and Guardian editor Jeremy Ransome said: “We raised a lot of money last year for some really good causes and we hope to do the same again this year as well as give everyone a wonderful night out.”
Pub landlord Pete Williams is generously sponsoring our Lips ‘n’ Chips winners’ prizes and raffle prizes include a portrait sitting from Veena Cornish Photography.
Good causes benefiting are St Barnabas Hospice Spalding, Spalding Age UK, Spalding St John Ambulance and the town’s two swimming clubs.
Two Lips starts on Saturday with a stall on Spalding Market and ends on May 18 with a glittering ball featuring the UK’s top Abba tribute at the Castle Sports Complex.
• There’s a massive car boot sale on Sunday for Two Lips. Booters will pay just £5 for a stall at a popular car boot site at Moulton Chapel Road, just off the A16 Cowbit roundabout. Rotarians will welcome booters at 7am and the public at 8am. Rotarians are helping good causes who may find it hard to raise the money they need during tough times. It costs St Barnabas £400,000 a year to fund end of life services for Spalding people alone and every penny helps people in our community.
St John Ambulance provides first aid at big events like Spalding Flower Parade, the swimming clubs need new equipment and Spalding Age UK wants to give its elderly day centre users more treats.