THE Worcester Life Stories' Battle of the Boozers, the city-wide pub quiz tournament, took place at our historic The Guildhall and saw six teams battle it out with some outrageously tough questions. 

It was a hard-fought contest, but the team from the Coach and Horses on The Tything were victorious, with Tripel B Belgian Beer Café coming a close second place; there was only half a point in it! Thanks to everyone who took part, it was a great evening!

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To celebrate, here’s a selection of photos from the quiz – how many do you recognise?

Worcester News: The Vulcan Inn, St Paul’s Street, c1960The Vulcan Inn, St Paul’s Street, c1960

Worcester News: The Albion Inn, Diglis Road, c1960The Albion Inn, Diglis Road, c1960

Worcester News: The Public Hall, Cornmarket, c1960, which once hosted a reading by the renowned author Charles DickensThe Public Hall, Cornmarket, c1960, which once hosted a reading by the renowned author Charles Dickens

Worcester News: A view towards Westbury Street bridge in 1960A view towards Westbury Street bridge in 1960

Worcester Life Stories is a collaborative project bringing local people together through shared stories of the City of Worcester. It is co-led by Dr Natasha Lord, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust and Sheena Payne-Lunn, Worcester City Council and funded thanks to National Lottery players.
For further information or to share your stories, visit worcesterlifestories.org.uk, our Facebook page or Twitter @worlifestories.
You can also email worcesterlifestories@gmail.com or call 01905 721133.
And why not visit the We grew up in Worcester page on Facebook?