Dixie & Emma’s Woolpack Christmas Pub Quiz

7 November 2017, 00:01 | Updated: 23 November 2017, 13:10

Woolpack Christmas

Could you be Dixie & Emma’s Yorkshire Pub Quiz champion?

Dixie and Emma are hosting their Christmas Pub Quiz on the Woolpack set at the Emmerdale Studio Experience on Monday 4th December.

Enjoy a tour of the Emmerdale Studio Experience, supper in the Woolpack, a fantastic pub quiz hosted by Heart Breakfast’s Dixie & Emma followed by an intimate performance from your X-Factor 2016 winner Matt Terry.

You and your plus one could be taking part – and you’ll be raising money for Heart’s charity Make Some Noise – helping change young lives here in Yorkshire and across the UK.

For the chance to be there and support Make Some Noise just answer this question:

In which year did we first visit Emmerdale Farm on the telly?

A) 1972

B) 1982

C) 1992

If you know, text WOOLPACK and your answer to 8-21-22.

Texts cost £3 plus your standard network rate. You’ve got until 11:59pm on Sun 26th Nov to enter and if you text after that you won’t be entered but may still be charged. All profits and a minimum of £1.90 per text or £1.60 on Virgin will go to Global’s Make Some Noise. You must be 18 or over to take part, ask the bill payers permission, and all the rules are here.

Global’s Make Some Noise is Heart’s very own charity, supporting small but brilliant projects across the UK which help youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.

By supporting Global’s Make Some Noise, you’ll be helping small projects make a big difference in Yorkshire and across the UK, so thank you.


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Global’s Make Some Noise (registered charity 1091657 (England & Wales) & SC041475 (Scotland)) is registered with the Fundraising Regulator.