PUBS in Portsmouth and Fareham are among hundreds taking part in a national quiz to raise money for Help 4 Heroes.
The White Horse, opposite Clarence Pier, the Connaught Arms and the Trafalgar Arms, both in Fratton, The Painters Arms, Buckland, and Market Tavern, in Fareham, are all taking part.
Emma Woodward, from the White Horse, said: ‘It’s all part of a world record attempt to get the biggest quiz ever and to raise money for Help 4 Heroes.’
The quiz takes place on Thursday, November 29, and is free to enter.
The questions are beamed directly to each pub via a Sky channel accessed on the pubs’ televisions.
Winners from each pub go on to play against other teams until only two are left.
‘They’ll then be asked an un-Google-able question,’ added Emma.
Each pub is being asked to round up 10 teams of five people to take part, and the aim is to raise £1m for the charity through a raffle.
The pub which has the national winning team will get £2,500 to hold a fundraising event for the charity.
To enter, see bells.co.uk/helpforheroes