Brainiacs! Calling all Brainiacs!


Dust those grey cells off, as it’s time to gather Somersham’s brightest brainiacs into teams to battle it out once again for the Marjorie McGee Trophy on Saturday 14th June.

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Photo: Colin Kinner.

Quizmaster Extraordinaire Geoff Norman, will put teams of up to six contestants, through their paces in a number of rounds until one of the teams become the 2014 Carnival Quiz champions.

Entry is £5 per person. You can bring your own drinks/nibbles/brain food along.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

You can reserve your team tickets by calling Somersham 840034.

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You better get swotting up – Carnival Quiz Night is back!

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It’s time to start warming up those grey cells again. Yes, it’s the Carnival Quiz Night with Somersham School PFA!

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Photo: Colin Kinner.

Hosted at Somersham School, the Quiz Night opens its doors at 7.30pm, for an 8pm start on Saturday 15th June.

Each team can consist of up to 6 contestants, with each paying a £5 entry fee.

You’re welcome to bring your own drinks and nibbles – although if you’re of a competitive nature and only playing to win, then you might be interested in these 10 ‘brain foods’.

Failing that, if Stephen Fry owes you a favour, perhaps now is the time to call that in?

The Quiz will see the presentation of the Marjorie McGee Trophy.

Call Somersham 840034 to reserve your tickets.

‘Go For Gold’ at this year’s Carnival Quiz

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Are your grey cells aiming for gold?

Warm up those grey cells in preparation for this Saturday because Carnival Quiz is back!

On Saturday 16th June at the Victory Hall from 7.30pm (for an 8pm start), teams from across the Somersham area will all be ‘Going For Gold’ as they battle it out to win the Carnival Quiz 2012.

The quiz is open to teams of up to 6 people, with an entry fee of £5 per person. You’ll need to reserve tickets – by calling (01487) 840034.

Bring your own drinks and nibbles – apparently oily fish and blueberries are ‘brain foods’ – but whether they’ll help you…. only time will tell.