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Leading accountancy firm, Moore Thompson has helped to raise more than £1,100 at its annual charity quiz.
Top professional firms from across the East of England competed during the tough challenge, which was held by the firm at the South Holland Centre in Spalding.
All money raised at the evening, which also included a raffle featuring prizes donated by local companies and organisations, has been donated to Little Miracles – a charity that supports families whose children have additional needs, disabilities and life-limiting conditions.
The firm’s charity quiz has grown in popularity over the last six years and it was delighted to see so many local professionals turn out.
However, only one team could be declared the winner and this year it was Chatterton Solicitors, consisting of Laura Collins, Tracy Dawson, Rebecca Inglis and Claire Fuller.
Mark Hildred, Managing Partner at Moore Thompson, said: “Well done to all those who took part in this year’s quiz, we were delighted to see so many people join us and donate generously to this fantastic cause.
“We are amazed every year at the amount we manage to raise and we hope this money will help Little Miracles with its selfless work.”