Blaser Mills has successfully defended the Menzies Annual Charity Quiz trophy.
The annual quiz, organised by Egham-based accountancy firm Menzies LLP to raise funds for the White Lodge Centre in Chertsey, saw teams drawn from local businesses battle it out for the coveted Menzies Charity Quiz Cup at the Thames Club in Staines.
The White Lodge Centre, represented on the night by its patron, singer Chesney Hawkes, provides activities and opportunities for disabled people of all ages as well as their families and carers.
The Quiz Night raised £3,386 and, for the second year running, the Blaser Mills team (of Jonathan Lilley, Julian Monk, Dave Matthews and Barry French) left it late, coming from behind with a perfect 10 in the final round to snatch the title.
For more information about the White Lodge Centre please go to http://www.whitelodgecentre.co.uk/