Posted: February 2018
Last Saturday night's quiz at Fairford Leys raised £1,760 for the Karibuni Children charity. This was helped by a £750 donation from Barclays, the former employer of Karibuni Chairman John Cotton.
Some 80 people in 12 teams competed to find the answers to the quiz, set by the accomplished quiz duo of Steve and Vivienne Kemp. A fish and chip supper and raffle rounded off another enjoyable and successful event for the charity which is committed to transforming young Kenyan lives.
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