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Team answers call to join in cancer charity housebuilding quiz

Question time: the industry quiz this year is in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care

Question time: the industry quiz this year is in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care

Our top team of housebuilding eggheads is preparing to compete in a black tie industry quiz night to raise funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

We’ve contributed £3,000 to The Housebuilder Brain Game to be held in May at the Emirates stadium in London. Hosted by a celebrity, companies from around the country will join in friendly rivalry for a good cause.

Marie Curie Cancer Care is dedicated to the care of people with terminal cancer and other illnesses. It is best known for its network of 2,000 nurses, providing practical support to patients and their families across the UK.

The team representing Linden Homes at the dinner event will include two divisional managing directors, Tom Nicholson and Paul Cooper, and divisional finance director Mark Farnham.

To raise even more, guests will also have the opportunity to bid for exclusive lots in a live auction and win prizes in a grand raffle.

Tom Nicholson said: “This is an excellent opportunity to raise precious funding for Marie Curie Cancer Care, which does such a valuable job for patients around the country. We’re proud to be joining fellow housebuilders in a fun event to help a serious cause.”

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