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'End Polio' Rotary Fundraiser

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Haddenham & District Rotary are hosting a Charity Quiz Night on Saturday 26th October, in support of Rotary's global 'End Polio Now' programme to eradicate Polio worldwide.

Only two countries remain in which Polio is present 'in the wild': Afghanistan and Pakistan. For every £1.00 raised, the Bill Gates Foundation gives £2.00 There are NO administration costs. ALL monies raised go directly to this cause.

The quiz will be held at the Youth & Community Centre, Woodways, next to the Junior School. Doors open 7.15pm for 7.30pm Start. Tickets are £12.50 (includes a Ploughman's Supper with Dessert, and Raffle).

Bring your own drinks and cutlery.

Teams of 8 or organisers will be pleased to seat you with others to make up a team.

Tickets from: info@haddenham-rotary.org.uk

Or text / telephone: 07783 057702

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