Posted: Sat 16th Oct 2021

Local pub quiz raises £1,300 for Nightingale House Hospice for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Oct 16th, 2021

Staff at a local pub have presented a cheque for £1,300 to Nightingale House Hospice.

Paul and Katy Jones, at The Sun Trevor in Llangollen, were joined by Maggie Smith, and Nightingale House Community Engagement Officer, Sue Williams as part of the handover to the hospice.

The £1,300 was raised following the culmination of fundraising efforts as part of the popular Sun Trevor Quiz.

Sue Williams, Community Engagement Officer at Nightingale House said: “Thank you so much to Paul, Katy, Maggie and all of those who loyally support The Sun Trevor’s quiz each week.

“Since the quiz began, The Sun Trevor has raised over £18,000 for the hospice. An amazing amount! We are so grateful for their loyal support.

“Nightingale House Hospice relies on the support of local businesses and individuals to continue to provide patient care and family support services to our community.

“We are very grateful to all at The Sun Trevor and their wonderful community for their continued generosity, thank you.”

Simon Baynes MP said: “It was a privilege to join Paul, Katy and Maggie following the culmination of their incredible hard work and fundraising efforts at The Sun Trevor and the generosity of all their customers at their weekly pub quizzes to hand over £1,300 to Sue Williams and the team at Nightingale House.

t“I want to congratulate Paul and Katy as the owners of the Sun Trevor and I want to pay special tribute to Maggie Smith who has done a truly excellent job as the Quizmaster! I’d highly recommend Llangollen residents and fans of a good pub quiz take a look and consider get involved with their next quiz.”

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