Spring Tide Bar to host quiz to raise funds for help Lowestoft charity
- Credit: Citizens Advice Bureau
A charity which provides free advice on a range of issues including employment rights, money matters and consumer problems, is looking to equip its new building.
Citizens Advice in Lowestoft has recently moved into St Margaret's House in Gordon Road, and needs to buy all sorts of desks, chairs and presentation materials for a new training room.
The Spring Tide Bar and Restaurant in South Lowestoft has stepped in and is to hold a Charity Quiz Night on March 23 to raise funds.
Sharon Richardson, supervisor at The Spring Tide on Kirkley Rise, said: 'You never know when you may need some advice on an unexpected problem so it's great we have Citizens Advice in Lowestoft to let us know where we stand and what our rights are, so we're more than happy to support their good work.'
The quiz starts at 8pm and costs £2 per person, with teams made up of six people. Half of the entry fee will be going to Citizens Advice.
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The charity is hoping lots of people will go along and take part but anyone who can't make it and wants to make a donation towards the refurbishment at the new building can drop in and have a look, or post a cheque to North East Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau, St Margaret's House, Gordon Road, Lowestoft NR32 1JQ.
Once the training room is kitted out it will be available to hire to other community groups too. Anyone interested in hiring the room should email Janet on email@example.com.
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