Bungay: Agricultural community raises £820 from quiz night to help crisis-hit hill farmers

North Suffolk farmers , including Phillip Kidner and Gerald Godfrey 's Fun Quiz , at the Flixton B

North Suffolk farmers , including Phillip Kidner and Gerald Godfrey 's Fun Quiz , at the Flixton Buck - Credit: Archant

Farmers in north Suffolk have raised more than £820 to help those hit by the weather crisis earlier this year.

Phillip Kidner and Gerald Godfrey ran a fun quiz at the Buck Inn, Flixton, near Bungay on May 10.

The packed house, with 13 teams, raised £821 for the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, to help farmers in the west and north of the country, who have been ravaged by floods and snow.

The event was supported by accountants Lovewell Blake and landlord Philip Murray offered a generous supply of raffle prizes, as well as free half time refreshments. Organisers thanked the sponsors for their support.


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