Over £14,000 raised at the Great Brompton Quiz Earlier this week, 26 teams joined us and presenter Clive Anderson at the Great Brompton Quiz for an evening of fun and (mostly!) friendly competition. Teams were made up of Charity supporters, directors of the trust, medical staff and a couple of famous faces, all who helped us raise a phenomenal £14,000 towards our Cystic Fibrosis Appeal. Award-winning broadcaster Clive Anderson asked the questions set by quizmaster Rich Warren, with an unmissable music round performed by pianist Jeremy Limb and opera singer, Melinda Hughes. Guests were treated to re-arranged performances of hits such as Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball' and Dexys Midnight Runners' 'Come on Eileen' - putting their music knowledge to the ultimate test. A delicious supper of sausage and mash was provided by the Edible Food Design catering team, providing much-needed sustenance for the evening ahead. A highlight of the evening was our raffle draw and auction, which saw guests snap up the change to see Middlesex Cricket Club play at Lords, and get their hands of all 14 of the Beatles albums on vinyl. Thank you to everyone who joined us, and to Clive Anderson and Jeremy Limb for making the evening unique. Huge thanks, to Richard Warren for creating an original and dynamic quiz for the Charity. To Helen Parrott, who communicated perfectly, why our CF Appeal is so important. Finally, well done to the winning team, who defied their quiz name - The Losers.