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Bungay tennis club hosts next quiz night

The quiz will be held at the Maltings Pavilion. Picture: Nick Butcher.

The quiz will be held at the Maltings Pavilion. Picture: Nick Butcher.

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Bungay Tennis Club will be holding its twice-yearly quiz at the Maltings Pavilion next Friday evening, October 20.

Teams of four are welcome to take part, at a cost per person of £7, which includes a light buffet supper. And anyone who is not in a team of four is still welcome to attend and join with others to make up a team.

The evening, held in Pirnhow Street, Ditchingham, will also include the presentation of trophies to the winners of the club’s annual singles and doubles tournaments. The bar will be open and there will be a raffle.

The quiz night will start at 7.30pm, and to book a team call Juliet Whyte on 07789602713.

New members are always welcome at the tennis club sessions on Saturday mornings and Monday evenings. The artificial surface courts are also available to book at other times during the week.

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