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See all the events hosted by Barnstaple Council throughout 2019 on the Barnstaple Town Council 2019 events calendar. Want to see our calendar of Council meetings? Click here to download it, or go to our Facebook Events page for more information 

2019 Events Calendar  

13th November - 6.45pm  
Countdown to 10th anniversary Barnstaple Really Big Quiz 
- Event to raise thousands for Mayor’s charity 
Simpkins Edwards, the Barnstaple-based chartered accountancy firm, is calling on North Devon’s brightest brains to compete in the 10th anniversary of Barnstaple’s Really Big Quiz, which raises thousands of pounds for local charities each year. 
Taking place at the Barnstaple Hotel on Wednesday 13th November from 6.45pm, the annual Really Big Quiz brings quiz teams and businesses together to compete for the coveted title of Barnstaple’s and North Devon’s brightest brains. 
The event raises vital funds for the Mayor of Barnstaple’s chosen charities, which this year includes Age Concern Barnstaple and the See Hear Centre, Barnstaple. 
To register a team, visit https://www.simpkinsedwards.co.uk/event/really-big-quiz-barnstaple-2019/.The entry fee is £50 per team and each team can have up to five members. The fee includes a light buffet and a licenced paying bar is available (although not included in the entry fee). Doors open at 6.45pm, ready for the quiz to begin at 7.15pm. 
Combined with The Really Big Quiz Exeter, which has been running since 2003, Simpkins Edwards has helped to raise over £111,000 for charities and worthy causes in Devon 
5th December 6.30pm - 8.30pm 
Barnstaple Town Council's Annual Christmas Fayre and Carol Service! 
It's that time of year again! Our annual Christmas Fayre is back and so is our magical Guildhall Grotto. 
Stall space is still available, for an application pack contact [email protected] 
All proceeds from stall hire and the grotto will go to the Mayor's chosen charities 2019/20: Age Concern Barnstaple and See Hear Centre Barnstaple. 
We can't wait to see you all there! 
Picture shows: (l-r) James Welton, Partner at Simpkins Edwards; Geoff Goldsworthy of Age Concern; Jan Marshall of See Hear Centre; Mayor of Barnstaple, Cllr Alan Rennles; Colin Brown of See Hear Centre; Louise Lecky-Thompson, Civic and Ceremonial Manager for the Mayor’s office, Jilly Watson, Partner at Simpkins Edwards. 
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