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VIDEO: Punchline charity jigsaws are now ready to collect

Those of you who have coughed up for a Punchline jigsaw and been waiting patiently to pick up their goods can now come and collect their puzzle.

Boxes arrived last week containing the 500-piece Moose Marketing and PR-designed jigsaw, which features 247 faces of business and civic leaders from across Gloucestershire - as featured in this month's edition of our bi-monthly magazine.

Not only does it champion many of the movers and shakers who make the county such a great place to do business, all of the money raised from sales will go to three county charities.

Mark Owen, editor of Punchline-Gloucester.com said: "There has been an unbelievable response to the release of our jigsaw.

"The Punchline team has been out and about delivering magazines across the county and has been bombarded with questions about how and where to get hold of one.

"Each sale guarantees more money being donated to three wonderful charities and I would urge anyone who wants to guarantee themselves a copy to get in touch now, before they're all gone.

"All people have to do to pick them up is drop into our office at The Old Fire Station, Barbican Road, Gloucester (GL1 2JF)."

The jigsaw, that costs just £20, is raising money for three Gloucestershire charities: Sue Ryder, Nelson Trust and Pied Piper Appeal.

To order your copy before they all disappear call 01452 308781 or email beth@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk 

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