Tickets still available for Norwich City quiz to raise funds for poor children in India

Claire Atkinson with her mum Pat who started the charity Vidyal Trust, preparing for the Norwich Cit

Claire Atkinson with her mum Pat who started the charity Vidyal Trust, preparing for the Norwich City Legends charity quiz they are organising. They have two signed football shirts to auction at the event. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: Archant 2013

Some tickets are still available for a Norwich City quiz night being held on Friday night in aid of children in an impoverished area of India.

Claire Atkinson has organised the quiz night for the Top of the Terrace restaurant at Carrow Road in aid of the Vidiyal Trust, a charity started by her mother, Pat, 20 years ago.

There will also be a raffle and auction on the night, with two signed Norwich City shirts up for grabs. Former City defender Rob Newman is organising a team of former Canaries to take part in the event.

Norwich City quiz night at Carrow Road to help poor children in India

Miss Atkinson, from Brundall, is hoping to raise £2,000 to rent a piece of land in India which can be used to get kids off the streets and provide equipment, clothing and a coach to provide education through sport.

Tickets are £22 per person, including a two-course finger buffet, with teams of five or six. For tickets, email claire-atkinson@hotmail.com


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