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Charity Virtual Quiz and Auction

Natasha Kaplinsky to host Bevern View Virtual Quiz Night & Charity Auction
Natasha Kaplinsky, patron of the Bevern Trust, will host our charity Virtual Quiz Night & Auction live in your home! All are invited to test your wits and stretch your brain cells. Bring your own drinks and nibbles and settle down for an evening of fun and laughter.
Taking place on Zoom on Friday 26th February 2021 at 7.30pm, it’s a wonderful opportunity for some lockdown socialising as well as raising much needed funds for The Bevern Trust.
Our virtual quiz will include rounds such as Guess Who, Geography, Who Said That, Movies and Food, as well as an online auction of fabulous items generously donated by the local community.
Book your team place on our website at www.beverntrust.org.
Alice Fry, Operations Manager explains:
“Following on from the success of our previous quiz nights, we are so looking forward to coming together with the local and wider community to have fun and raise money to help develop some exciting new projects at Bevern View. We’re so grateful to our wonderfully supportive patron, Natasha Kaplinsky for hosting this evening.”

The Bevern Trust is a charity which ensures that people with profound disabilities can live truly active and fulfilling lives, in an environment where they can feel safe, are loved and offered compassionate care. We provide residential care for eleven young adults at Bevern View, Barcombe, East Sussex.

For further information on the Bevern Trust please contact us at info@beverntrust.org, call 01273 400752 or visit www.beverntrust.org. Registered charity number 1103520.

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