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2015 Prospect Research Quiz in aid of EACH

By 28th April 2015Blog, Charity, Company

2015 Prospect Research Quiz in aid of EACH

Prospect Research, is delighted to have raised around £2,400 from their 6th annual charity quiz in aid of EACH (East Anglia Children’s Hospice).

The night was sold out a month in advance, when in the refined surroundings of Emmanuel College, 13 teams vied for the title of Smartest Company in Cambridgeshire. We were fortunate to have EACH’s Chief Executive, Graham Butland, back again as our quiz master, dispensing his customarily fiendish questions.

The quiz was as closely fought as ever. The leader board changed several times over the night, but in the end the team from RealVNC won. This is a particularly significant win as they have participated six times and have only managed to secure victory this year! Well done!

The raffle and auction were well supported, and local companies won prizes donated by Elms BMW, Nuffield Health & Fitness, Newmarket Race Course, Scudamores, Stormport, Cambridge Menzies Hotel, Cambridge Wine Merchants, Cambridge Fruit Company, Cambridge Lakes Golf Course, The House Collection Hotels and a hand-made ceramic bowl created by our very own Fiona Haygreen.

Our sincere thanks also to Graham Butland, Jo Colbert and Karen Newton from EACH, Emmanuel College for their hospitality, and all the participants for their enthusiasm and generosity on the night.

Congratulations to RealVNC on their victory and we look forward to the next quiz in the Spring of 2015.

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The teams waiting for the quiz to start at the beautiful Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

The teams waiting for the quiz to start at the beautiful Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

One of the Prospect Research teams.

One of the Prospect Research teams with their EACH flags.

Each Quiz 2015 (7)

Beth Walthew, Director of Prospect Research with quiz winner Adam Byrne, Vice President Strategic Alliances at RealVNC.

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