West Country sporting stars put their knowledge to the test
BBC Radio Bristol’s Geoff Twentyman is playing quizmaster on Thursday 11 October at The Bristol Pavilion (home of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club) as two teams compete in his ‘Big Sport Quiz’.
Former Bristol City Manager Gary Johnson, Bath Rugby’s Freddie Burns, Somerset Cricket’s Pete Trego and racing driver Dino Zamparelli will have their sporting knowledge tested at the quiz in aid of ‘The BBC Radio Bristol Alive Appeal’.
Geoff Twentyman said: “The West Country is a hotbed of sporting rivalry so I’m expecting some serious competition at my ‘Big Sport Quiz’ – but I’ll make sure we’ll have plenty of laughs too! I really hope you can come.”
Gary Johnson is captaining one of the teams and taking on Freddie Burns who will be at the helm of the other.
BBC Radio Bristol has joined forces with the local charity ‘Alive’ to make a difference to the lives of older people across Bristol and the south west region.
The aim of ‘The BBC Radio Bristol Alive Appeal’ is to raise £50,000 to fund 300 activity sessions in care homes and day centres and to pay for the vital kit which makes the sessions so special.
Tickets cost £6 each. £3.50 of the ticket price will benefit Alive (Charity No. 1132708).
To book tickets go to www.bbc.co.uk/aliveappeal and follow the links or call the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Ticket Office on 0117 910 8010. Lines are open Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm and between 9am and 3pm on Fridays.