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Think up a question for the KM Big Charity Quiz run by the KM Charity Team and win a prize

By Liz Nicholls

KentOnline readers could win a prize for thinking up a tricky trivia question.

Could you think up a prize winning question for the KM Big Charity Quiz

Could you think up a prize winning question for the KM Big Charity Quiz?

The challenge has been laid down by organisers of the KM Big Charity Quiz who are looking for questions for the Readers’ Round at a future event. A bottle of champagne is up for grabs for the best submission.

Simon Dolby, question master for the KM Big Quiz, said: “We need trivia champions to get their thinking caps on. The best questions aren’t the ones that are most difficult to answer; they’re the ones where the answer is on the tip of your tongue.”

The Ashford heat of the KM Big Quiz will take place at Ashford International Hotel on Saturday, July 8. The event is a fundraiser for the dementia appeal run by the East Kent Hospitals Charity and services supporting child literacy and road safety will also get a share of the proceeds.

Teams will have the chance to take home a host of prizes including classic collectables from Hornby. One quiz-goer will answer an on-the-spot question to bag a pair of Eurostar tickets. 

Shepherd Neame has donated beverages for the Spitfire charity bar which contributes largely to the success of the annual charity night which is run by the KM Charity Team. Other businesses supporting the event include Hallett and Co, Barclays, Specsavers, and Office Angels.

To submit a question, visit www.kmbigquiz.co.uk and click on the ‘Submit question’ button or click HERE. Entries must include the information source so the question and answer can be verified.

Visit the KM Big Quiz website or click HERE to book a team of up to eight and enter the £10 discount code ASH17 to enjoy the evening for less than £7 a head.

 

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