Test your knowledge for a sausage supper
THE family of a boy lost to meningitis are holding a quiz night in The Bell Inn, Evercreech, later this month to raise money for charity.
Ashley Scriven died in 1995 from the meningococcal strain of meningitis when he was just seven years old.
His mother, Tracy Cox, and other family and friends have worked to raise money for Meningitis UK since Ashley's death.
They found out earlier this year they have raised more than £30,000 for the charity, which researches the illness and support for other families.
This year, a quiz night has been organised to take place at The Bell Inn on October 26 at 7.30pm.
Entry fee for a team of four costs £10 and includes a sausage and chips supper.
There is a winning raffle prize of a family ticket to Womad festival, held on the last weekend of July in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
Entrants to the quiz can turn up on the night or book a place by calling the pub on 01749 830287.
All proceeds from the event will be donated to Meningitis UK.