Derbyshire pub temporarily closed after recent events to hold charity quiz for Ashgate Hospicecare
A Derbyshire pub is inviting people to attend its charity quiz in aid of Ashgate Hospicecare.
As reported on Thursday, the Plough Inn at Brackenfield was closed for just under a month after a man reportedly made threats to the landlord and other members of staff.
The 27-year-old suspect – who was arrested on suspicion of harassment, malicious communications and threats to damage property – has been released on police bail while enquiries continue.
As a result of recent events, the pub was unable to hold its quiz to aid the hospice for a number of weeks.
But the quiz will now take place at 8pm on Sundays, starting from this weekend.
It costs £2.50 per person, with proceeds going to the Chesterfield-based hospice, and features 40 questions. Complimentary supper will be served after the first 20 questions.
Winners get a Sunday lunch for four people at the Plough, along with a couple of bottles of wine.
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