One of Kelham Island’s popular real ale pubs has been raising money for charity in recent months.

The Harlequin, on Nursery Street, dedicates one Thursday of every month to a charity quiz in aid of
causes close to its regulars and staff.

The most recent one, hosted on 18 October, raised more than £100 for Parkinson’s UK.
Liz Aspden, landlady of the Harlequin Pub, said: “It’s about giving something back to the causes that
are important to our staff and customers, so we love taking recommendations from them about
what they feel we could help.”

Since June, the award-winning pub has raised money for the Junk Food Project, the MS Society,
Sheffield Tent City, and Pitsmoor Adventure playground.

Aspden went on to say “We just want to raise a bit of money and some awareness for worthwhile
causes.”

The quiz was well attended, and included a themed quiz as well as a raffle with various prizes
included.

Aspden has been landlord of the Harlequin since 2008, and during that time has raised money for
various charities.

The next quiz will be on 15 th November.

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