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Local company calls on families to receive Christmas surprise

Families in Gloucestershire are being encouraged to nominate themselves for a festive surprise from a local firm to spread some cheer ahead of the holiday season.

The initiative, set up by Gloucester-based business solutions company, BiGDUG, aims to help locals enjoy 'the best Christmas of all time', by calling on families in the area to sign themselves up for a celebration to remember.

But, there's a twist. The company's website said: "You must keep your entry a secret from the rest of your family, so we can surprise your loved ones and sprinkle some of that all-important festive magic! We can't tell you exactly what the big surprise will be - but we are certain you and your family will LOVE IT."

With 2020 being a tougher year than most for many people, BiGDUG is looking to hear from families who could do with a little bit of extra help this year.

A spokesperson from BiGDUG added: "We want to spread some Christmas cheer and what better way to do that than by giving back to those in need. This festive period, we think people deserve a real celebration more than ever before and we want to do our bit to help make that happen."

If you'd like a helping hand from BiGDUG to get Christmas ready and have experienced a challenging year, visit the website https://www.bigdug.co.uk/dear-bigdug-i258 and fill out the form. 

Families will be picked at random on Wednesday, November 11.

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