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Gloucestershire Business News launches charity jigsaw

The faces of Gloucestershire business are celebrated in the latest edition of Punchline Magazine - and a special-edition jigsaw puzzle.

The limited-edition 500-piece puzzle that features 247 business and civic leaders in Gloucestershire has been released alongside the latest edition of the magazine: The 2019 Annual.

The 50cm by 38cm puzzle is only £20 and is being sold in support of three county charities: Sue Ryder, The Nelson Trust and the Pied Piper Appeal.

Designed and produced by Moose Marketing and PR, the publishers of Punchline magazine, the jigsaw is available to order now.

Mark Owen, editor of, said that producing a jigsaw tied in with the magazine's theme of connecting business.

"Being in business tests a person's passion, ingenuity and knowledge to the limit," he said.

"Connections must be formed with the right people, at the right time and in a logical way - in order to have any chance at success.

"It's a bit like a jigsaw really. A collection of oddly-shaped, interlocking and tessellating pieces, that once joined together, form the bigger picture.

"Every piece of the jigsaw is as important as the next, whether it be those within or outside of your organisation."

The jigsaw is already proving popular among businesses who have been given a sneak peak and with the money raised going to good causes, Owen is hoping for high demand.

"We chose the charities because of their continued involvement with people across the county," Owen said. "They all work tirelessly to improve the quality of life for people who need it most.

"Buying one of these puzzles will not only support some great local charities but be a great way to praise the community spirit of business here in Gloucestershire."

The first puzzle was purchased by Rob Lister of Lister Unified Communications in Stonehouse and there has already been a steady stream of orders.

To reserve your copy for just £20 each, or place a bulk order e-mail  

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