The Amersham Town Council Mayor Mark Roberts welcomes everyone to a spring charity quiz in support of the Chilterns- based Restore Hope charity.

The quiz will be at Kings Church Amersham on Raan’s Road on April 29 at 7.30pm, with doors open at 7pm.

With the ticket cost of £17.5, each participant gets a hot meal from A Little Street Kitchen, and people can bring their own drinks to the event.

While teams of up to six people are welcome, players can also join a team on the night.

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Cllr Roberts said: "They do great work supporting hundreds of children and families who have challenging lives and circumstances, giving them hope and setting them on a path to better futures.

"In normal times to which they are now returning, they run activities and programmes on their site at Latimer. 

"Over the coronavirus period they couldn’t operate those services so they switched to distributing fresh food and veg boxes to over three hundred families every fortnight, with their volunteer drivers engaging with people to provide support. 

He visited Restore Hope Latimer recently to open a new Animal Zone, where families will be able to gain experience of meeting and working with farm animals like sheep, pigs, goats, chickens and ponies.

The proceeds of the night will go towards Restore Hopes' work.

Restore Hope, a family focused charity in Latimer Park, helps young people and families going through a challenging situation, with the aim of bringing hope for the future for each person.

It was chosen as the charity for the year 2021/2022 by the Town Council.