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Last Thursday a quiz night and curry took part at Panchull in aid of raising money for Prostate Cancer UK. It was organised by Samantha Wild and Sue Botterill after Samantha’s dad was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer last year.
70 people attended Panchuli’s restaurant in Solihull for a quiz of 7 rounds including music, sport and name of the year, and a 4 course Indian meal.
Connollys Wine Merchants provided prosecco on arrival and Spencer's of Bromsgrove provided beer.
The winning team of 4 won a cookery lesson at the restaurant with the owner Maz. A raffle also saw the following prizes up for grabs including 2 VIP tickets to see Take That at the Genting Arena, a hydrafacial at Air Aesthetics in Henley and a meal for 2 at The Boot in Lapworth. Julian Knight MP donated a bottle of House of Commons Merlot which had been signed by Theresa May and this raised £170 at auction. The staff from Panchuli also donated £100.
The event in a whole raised £2,780, to make a total of £7100 which has been raised at all their events. This is their 6th fundraising event, others include ladies lunch, menopause talk, a barista evening at Costa Coffee, a fitness morning, afternoon tea and a prostate testing event at BUPA wellness centre.
David Gough said "What a fabulous night. It was well organised, great fun, delicious food and a great cause. Well done ladies”