Tuck into a bangers and mash dinner
The Bangers & Fizz Charity Quiz organised by The Lincolnite, Ringrose Law and DPS Digital will return on Thursday, November 25.
Last year the second event raised £1,000 for St Barnabas. More than 100 people joined the speed quiz fun at the White Hart Hotel in Lincoln, and enjoyed fizz and a two course meal.
For 2021, the third annual quiz night will raise funds for Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance, who are fundamental in providing support for Lincolnshire residents in their time of great need.
At the 2020 Bangers & Fizz Quiz. | Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
The event will be held at the same great location, the White Hart Hotel in the Bailgate, from 6pm for the drinks reception, and 7pm for the food and quiz.
Tickets are available for only £30per person with a two course meal (posh sausages and mash & veg, plus dessert, veggie option available) and a fizz reception. All proceeds will be donated to charity. Book your tickets now.
The quiz will once again be hosted by quizmaster extraordinaire Ronnie Byrne, and if you haven’t attended previously, you’ll find it quite a different experience.
The speed quiz is available via a mobile app (only one needed for the team), and the team with the quickest correct answers wins. There are several rounds, including music, local knowledge, current affairs and sport.
“This time, with no ‘best team name’ prize up for grabs, we had no choice but to actually win the quiz!” — Team Epix Media
Last year, team Epix Media were crowned winners of the quiz, also leaving home with a case of Prosecco. Check out the gallery from the 2020 event.
After the meal and the quiz, LNAA representatives will pick the raffle winners. If your business is interested in donating a gift/voucher for the charity raffle, please email [email protected].
101 people joined the fun a the first Bangers & Fizz Charity Quiz in 2019. | Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
Daniel Ionescu, Managing Editor of The Lincolnite, said: “After the last eighteen months we are pleased to welcome everyone to our third charity Bangers and Fizz night.
“Charities have suffered due to a lack of fundraising opportunities so we want to bring a bit of fun for people of Lincolnshire whilst still raising vital funds for LNAA, so please book in your team as soon as possible.”
BOOK YOUR TEAM FOR THE QUIZ HERE
There are just a few days left to get your nominations in
Lincolnshire 30 Under 30, The Lincolnite‘s showcase of young up and coming talent and high achievers, returns for 2021 – and nominations are now open.
Thanks to our sponsors, Sparkhouse, Ringrose Law and Streets Chartered Accountants, publishers Stonebow Media are organising the celebration of Lincolnshire’s promising talent for this autumn.
It has been a whirlwind two years in between our 2019 Lincolnshire 30 Under 30 spotlight and the 2021 edition, and we’re seeking the rising stars who shone throughout; from entrepreneurs, to athletes, artists and rapidly developing professionals.
We’re also keeping tabs on our first cohort of high achievers, and looking forward to hearing from them about the exciting developments they’ve had in the last 18 months.
Nominations for the 2021 Lincolnshire 30 Under 30 are now open. Submission are made using this form.
We’re looking to hear from inspirational young achievers from all backgrounds and professional fields. You can nominate yourself, or someone you know personally or professionally who is making our county proud.
Nominations are open for people from across Greater Lincolnshire (from the Humber to the Wash), either living or working in our region (and beyond!)
Entries close on September 8. A reception event scheduled for Thursday, October 28, at the Lincoln Cathedral Chapterhouse. Check out the 2019 celebration.
The Lincolnite’s 30 Under 30 showcase is a celebration of the best and brightest in Lincolnshire, putting our young talent on the map regionally and nationally.
An overview of the 2019 Lincolnshire 30 Under 30. Click/tap to meet them.
Stonebow Media’s platform and channels reach unparalleled audiences, opening up further opportunities and recognition for those involved. Leo Scott is a great example, who went on to be featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30!
The portraits of the 2019 Lincolnshire 30 Under 30 lined the Lincoln Cathedral Chapterhouse walls. | Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
The Lincolnshire 30 Under 30 has seen all three of its sponsors returning to support the initiative for 2021.
Charlotte Baxter, Enterprise Manager at Sparkhouse, said: “Our team is privileged to work alongside many young entrepreneurs and talented professionals during the earlier phases of their careers and love to see these individuals thrive as part of our region’s business community – some through our Growing Graduate Enterprise service, others through the business incubation and start-up support streams we have on offer at Sparkhouse. It is our pleasure to see young rising stars flourish in their respective industries and we are delighted to celebrate them all through The Lincolnite’s 30 Under 30 campaign. It is a fantastic opportunity to draw attention to the dedication and successes of these individuals, as well as the opportunities on offer for young people in Greater Lincolnshire.”
Alex Bennett, Associate Marketing Manager at Ringrose Law, said: “Lincolnshire has a lot of young, individual talent across all sectors, and it is fantastic to be able to recognise and celebrate these individuals. We place a lot of emphasis on career progression and career frameworks, and finding opportunities for our own team. Many of our staff have worked their way through the firm after starting with us at a young age. It is great to see and hear about the passion, commitment and determination these individuals have.”
James Pinchbeck, Marketing Partner at Streets Chartered Accountants, added: “We are delighted and excited to once again be supporting Lincolnshire 30 under 30. The energy, resilience, sense of purpose, social responsibility, creativity and enterprise our under 30s have is truly inspiring. It is great to highlight the difference such individuals make to our community, and right that we single out such individuals for recognition. They are an inspiration to the young and old alike!”