There was a full house at West Bradford Village Hall for a quiz night held in aid of the charity Crossroads Care Ribble Valley.
The ever popular Bill Honeywell spared time from his charity “hill walks” to tax the audience with a variety of topics which were both testing and humorous.
The evening was made even more special when the chairman of Crossroads Care presented Caring Company’s Certificates to Tim Slater, of Country Kitchen, Waddington, as well as Sarah Woodward and Laura Tonge, of the Printed Cup Company, Clitheroe – two businesses which have supported the charity for many years.
In the interval a delicious meal was appreciated by all and then it was back to brain work to solve Bills wide range of questions.
Everyone enjoyed the evening the proceeds of which will help to enhance the service Crossroads provides to the carers of the Ribble Valley.
Pictured from left to right are Tim Slater, Tom McLean, chairman of Crossroads Care Ribble Valley, and Sarah Woodward and Laura Tonge.