Quiz night raises £180 for Exmouth’s Open Door Centre

PUBLISHED: 11:44 20 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:44 20 August 2017

Pictured here is Helen Tribble, from the Open Door Centre (right) and Norton Place residents Anna Goltz-Holden (left) (also an Open Door volunteer) and Paul Worts, (centre) outside The Open Door Centre.

Pictured here is Helen Tribble, from the Open Door Centre (right) and Norton Place residents Anna Goltz-Holden (left) (also an Open Door volunteer) and Paul Worts, (centre) outside The Open Door Centre.

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A quiz night held in Exmouth has raised £180 for the Open Door Centre.

The Norton Place Residents Association nominated Open Door as its charity of the year and donated funds from its Who Wants to be a Millionaire-style event.

Helen Tribble, Open Door projects director, said the charity was ‘hugely grateful’ for the support.

She said: “It is wonderful to have some of the Norton Place residents volunteering and taking part in our community café and Men’s Shed and we are truly honoured to be nominated as their charity of the year.

“We all really enjoyed the quiz night and are thrilled that £180 was raised.

“A huge thank you to all the residents of Norton Place for their support and generosity; their donations will be put to good use, making a positive difference in our community and helping those most 
in need.”


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