Wine and Wisdom
We are delighted to announce the return of the popular Wine and Wisdom quiz after a two-year absence. It’s the 26th time that this quiz is held and during St Barnabas Hospice’s 40 anniversary year, so it’s an extra special event!
This is St Barnabas Hospice’s longest-running event and has raised £35,485 over the years in support of end-of-life care in Lincolnshire.
It is a chance to come together, have fun, show off your knowledge and of course raise vital funds for your local hospice.
Teams of 6-8 people can register for only £10 per head. Two bottles of wine, soft drinks and nibbles will be provided for each table but please feel free to bring your own drinks and food as there will be no bar available on the night.
If you are unable to put a team together, you can still register and we will create a team of individuals.
Make sure you register quickly, as places are limited!
Do you think you have what it takes to become our reigning champions?
Wine and Wisdom originally started in 1996 by widower John Davey in memory of his wife, Anne, who he was married to for 29 years. In 1992 Anne was admitted to our Inpatient Unit in Lincoln after being diagnosed with terminal cancer.
John was so touched by the care Anne and his whole family received there, that he decided to put on a quiz to raise funds for St Barnabas. The quiz night has grown from a small event for family and friends, to a much-anticipated evening in the calendar of many in the community.
John said, “The Hospice was a truly wonderful place and the people there were incredibly kind. They took such good care of Anne but they also looked after the whole family too.
“I will always remember the night I fell asleep holding Anne’s hand and I awoke to find that a blanket had been placed over me by one of the kind people there. It’s only a small thing but it is something I will never forget and it really meant a lot.
“Wine and Wisdom began as a wonderful way to remember my wife and for our family and friends to remember her too. It also gave us an opportunity to raise money to help other families who need the valuable support of the Hospice.”