Over the last twelve months, The Hardwick Arms pub in Sutton Coldfield has raised £13,500 for Good Hope Hospital thanks to its fundraising activities and hugely popular weekly pub quiz nights. Wednesday 25th May saw the pub host a special charity presentation evening where representatives from the Good Hope Hospital were presented the cheque. This latest figure means that the pub has now raised over £100,000 in the last 15 years for various local charities. Nigel Oseman, Kitchen Manager at The Hardwick Arms for 32 years, runs the pubs successful quiz nights every week for locals to test their general knowledge and compete against teams of all ages. Alongside this, Nigel also organises charity raffles, events and fundraising activities throughout the year to contribute towards the final fund. The money raised in the last twelve months will go towards the refurbishment of the HDU (High Dependency Unit) room within Delivery Suite, which includes ...
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