World’s biggest pub quiz @towcestermill Brewery

February 21, 2017

World’s biggest pub quiz @towcestermill Brewery

Towcester Mill Brewery takes part in PubAid’s World’s Biggest Pub Quiz for Prostate Cancer UK

Towcester Mill Brewery is rounding up the locals and taking part in PubAid’s World’s Biggest Pub Quiz on Sunday 5th March to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

Towcester Mill Brewery will be hosting a quiz at 7.30pm in its Malt Room in order to raise money and awareness of prostate cancer, in order to help save men’s lives.

Tap Room Manager, Sam Milthorpe, said: “Everyone loves a pub quiz, so to say our pub has taken part in PubAid’s World’s Biggest Pub Quiz is quite something. We hope lots of people will come down and take part and support the event. There are six quiz rounds and no doubt some rounds will get competitive!”

To reserve your place in the quiz please book your free tickets via as space is limited. “There will also be a £2 charity collection per person on the door, added Sam, “as we want to try and raise as much money as we can on the night for such a great cause.”

Over 11,000 men die from prostate cancer in the UK each year. That’s one man every hour. Money raised through this partnership will help fund ground-breaking research, support men and their families affected by the disease, and fight injustice in care.

Co-founder of PubAid, Des O’Flanagan, commented: “The quiz is a great way of recognising the fabulous work that UK pubs do for charity in raising over £100m a year. We’re delighted to be partnering with Prostate Cancer UK who have recognised that great British pubs are places to get their message heard and been enthusiastic supporters of the role the pub plays in the fabric of our communities.”

James Beeby, Director of fundraising, at Prostate Cancer UK, commented: “We are thrilled to partner with PubAid who have been celebrating the success of pubs raising millions of pounds for great causes since 2009. We have a growing number of ‘pop up’ pubs known as the Men United Arms so it made sense to link up with industry experts to reach more publicans and consumers with a message about prostate cancer, and to raise money to fight the disease – which affects 1 in 8 men in the UK.”