The Full Farmyard quiz organised by Maidenhead Bridge Rotary Club on Saturday 9th August raised over £300 for charity Send a Cow.
Teams took part in rounds such as Moo-vies and Moo-sic and with many answers loosely related to farmyard animals, the evening was full of groans and laughs at the ‘terri-bull’ puns. A craft round to make farmyard creatures from a small selection of materials generated a lot of entertainment and some interesting creations.
Ros Marks, President of Maidenhead Bridge Rotary and co-organiser of the event, commented “It was a fun night and we’d like to thank the generosity of everyone who attended the quiz, as well as all the companies and individuals who donated raffle prizes. It has taken our total fundraising for Send a Cow so far this year to over £1600, another step closer to reach our goal.”
Maidenhead Bridge Rotary Club is aiming to raise £2000 for Send a Cow, to pay for a farmyard to support a community in Africa. The UK-based charity provides livestock, seeds, training and ongoing support to families in Africa to help them become self-sufficient and leave poverty behind for good. Members of the Rotary Club are also taking part in the 50km Thames Path Challenge in September as part of their fundraising efforts.