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Punchline team to take on county's best in BBC Radio Gloucestershire quiz

Do you think the Punchline team know their stuff?

Are we capable of matching the best Gloucestershire has to offer for knowledge of our county and current affairs?

Well, the proof is going to be in the pudding from Monday.

The Moose Marketing and PR team, who produce the Punchline-Gloucester.com website are competing in the BBC Radio Gloucestershire County Quiz on Mark Cummings' breakfast show from Monday.

Each day the fantastic five of us here at Moose towers will be doing our best to answer questions about Gloucestershire in the battle to be crowned the most knowledgeable company in the county.

The current leaders in the Cummings County Quiz are our friends at Marketing Gloucester, who scored an incredible 46 out of 50 points.

Mark Owen, editor of Punchline-Gloucester.com, said: "We hope people will tune in from Monday as we try our best to knock Marketing Gloucester off top spot.

"You would hope from our many trips around the county delivering Punchline magazines that we would know a few things about Glorious Gloucestershire.

"However, don't bet your house on that fact."

The Cummings County Quiz can be heard each day from Monday to Friday on BBC Radio Gloucestershire from around 8.30am.

Tune in to 104.7fm countywide, 95.0fm in Stroud, 95.8fm in Cirencester or via the BBC Sounds app to hear how we get on.

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