Business and brains
BRISTOL companies competed for the chance to be crowned the city's brainiest business.
Marie Curie Cancer Care held its quiz event at The Bristol Hotel last night.
Bristol businesses tested their brain power with the six-round quiz hosted by local celebrities.
Heart Breakfast presenters Ed, Troy and Paulina, former Casualty actor Tristan Gemmill and Bristol chef Dean Edwards were among the hosts at the fundraising event. The New York-themed event featured a cocktail reception, dinner, an auction and raffle as well as the quiz.
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Marie Curie Cancer Care provides nurses to help care for terminally ill people so that they can die in their own homes.
There are 16 local Marie Curie nurses who provided 9,700 hours of care to 190 patients across Bristol last year.
Bristol Marie Curie nurse Catherine Le Roy describes the service as relieving the strain on tired families and helping them cope.
She said that the Brain Game enables the charity to "reach even more local people and can provide hundreds of additional hours of care".
"Together we will make an enormous difference for patients and give lasting comfort for their families," she said.