Take part in Mrs Hinch’s Christmas Quiz with Action for Children

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We love a good quiz at this time of year and what better than a quiz that raises money for charity?

Cleaning sensation and best-selling author Mrs Hinch and her husband Mr Hinch have teamed up with UK charity Action for Children for the ‘The Hinch Christmas Quiz’. The charity’s Christmas campaign, Secret Santa, is raising money to help support children living in poverty around the UK.

There are three festive rounds with all the trimmings in the quiz as well as an exclusive round dedicated to Mrs Hinch herself.

Action For Children says: "Every child’s Christmas should be full of excitement, warmth and laughter. But for many children, this year will be very different. Thousands of children and young people face Christmas without a hot meal, a present or a safe place to sleep. The pandemic has had a devastating impact on their lives. You could change this."

The Hinch Christmas Quiz will be held virtually online so you can take part from the comfort of your own home and you can register here to take part. People are encouraged to donate just £10 per household.

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