HAVE I GOT A NEWS QUIZ FOR YOU in aid of JDRF

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Good evening. Here is the news.

An amazing quiz night will be hosted by Christiane Amanpour (CNN) and Justin Webb (BBC Radio 4). These venerable newshounds will be joined by surprise special correspondents to bring you the ultimate News Quiz.

Please book in tables of 8 for a battle of the brains on current affairs serious and silly in aid of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Or you can book tickets individually and we’ll match you up.

Cassius de Pear and Laura Bristow (pictured) are 2 of the 30,000 children in the UK who live with Type 1 diabetes and this quiz night is organised by their friends and family who all marvel at their courage.

JDRF is an incredible charity which fund research to sure, treat and prevent Type 1. The research has a direct effect on Laura’s and Cassius’s lives and future. If you cannot come to the quiz night please do make any donation here.

Your ticket includes food and drink for the evening and there will also be a raffle and silent auction on the night.

Thank you and goodnight.

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