A RESTAURANT which helps the long term unemployed back on their feet has teamed up with Dartmouth museum to raise funds for the two organisations.
Dartmouth Apprentice and the town museum have organised a special quiz as a way to entertain locals and visitors alike and bring in vital funds for both their organisations at the same time.
The quiz night came about following an impromptu conversation on the social media website Twitter between Apprentice manager Nina Stanesby and Dartmouth Museum's social media guru Tim Trent.
The pair realised they could create an event for locals and visitors alike which could bring in vital funds for both their organisations. They called in museum volunteer John Putt, and the three of them quickly got down to work organising the quiz evening.
Ms Stanesby said: "It is wonderful that a quick chat on Twitter could result in such a fun, positive night for both our organisations.
"We have enjoyed getting it together and now can't wait for the big night. We are experienced at putting on events like this at the Apprentice, so we can all look forward to a great night."
Mr Trent added: "This is a fun night everyone can enjoy.
"The questions will range in difficulty, the food will be great, and everything will come together so we can raise funds for two great charities."
Teams of four are invited to enter the quiz with the prize for the winning team being a bottle of wine and the Dartmouth Apprentice and Museum Quiz Trophy.
Tables can be booked by calling the Dartmouth Apprentice on 01803 837820 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org