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A CORPORATE quiz night raised more than £2,500 for the Naomi House Hospice.

It was organised by CMA Financial Recruitment and held at the Hilton Hotel in Farlington.

More than 30 teams and 180 people took part, raising the money through a raffle and donations.

The winners were Havant-based clothing retailer Fat Face.

CMA organiser Denise Papadatos also doubled up as quiz host. She said: ‘It was a brilliant team effort to hold such a big event and raise a lot of money for Naomi House.’

Richard Dibden, sales director of CMA Financial Recruitment, added: ‘It’s a fun way to make a contribution towards our designated charity. We were delighted with the turnout and I’m sure it will become an annual event.’