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City Foundation to host annual quiz

City Foundation's popular quiz event to return to Ashton Gate next week.

The annual event will be held in the Lansdown Restaurant on Thursday, September 21st, with the doors opening at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

Following on from the success achieved at previous City Foundation Quiz Nights, this event will take things to the next level for ‘Let’s Get Quizzical’ hosted by the long-established Inquizitors – an outstanding team who always provide top-quality entertainment.

Quiz Rounds will consist of a mix of trivia teasers, audio and video posers, picture puzzlers and a new round that may appeal to your taste.

The menu for the night includes Photo Ronde, Ticklish Allsorts, Musical Mystery Tour, Letitia Cropley Lives!, You Kante Be Serious, Trains, Planes & Automobiles, Just Desserts and Up Jacob's Creek Without A Paddle!

In addition to the entertainment, guests will be provided with a finger buffet and the bar will be open throughout the evening, enabling guests to purchase drinks.

To conclude the event, the winning team will be presented with a trophy, whilst a raffle will be conducted.

To make the evening more memorable, Callum O'Dowda, Josh Brownhill, Aden Flint, Zak Vyner, Max O'Leary and Marlon Pack will be in attendance, while Dean Holden and Jamie McAllister will head up a staff team.

This event is free for all City Foundation members, with guest passes available at a nominal charge of £10 per person.

Individuals are encouraged to enter a team for the event, but please note there can only be a maximum of six adults per team.

To reserve your place, contact Billy Bond on 0117 963 0636 or email billy.bond@bcfc.co.uk.

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