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The missing piece to your Christmas list?

If you are still puzzled about what to get to complete your Christmas present list we could hold the missing pieces you need for the big day right here at Punchline.

Afterall, what better present that the Punchline charity jigsaw - a 500-piece challenge made up of the faces of some of the county's business people.

If your boss or business is on it, or one of your clients - all the better. It will be £20 well spent with all money going to support Gloucestershire charities.

"Through the year Punchline has been trying to help as many Gloucestershire charities as it can - giving away pages free in its bi-monthly magazine and donating where we can," said Mark Owen, the editor of Punchline business news website and bi-monthly magazine.

"The jigsaw project is something we thought would be fun - a challenge of our own, to try to entice our thousands of regular readers to buy one and help raise thousands of pounds for some of our county's amazing charities.

"We thank everyone who has stepped forward and bought one so far - and congratulate those who have managed to complete the puzzle."

When all the funds are in the beneficiaries will be Pied Piper Appeal, The Nelson Trust and Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice.

More than 130 have already been sold with the whole project supported by Gloucestershire businesses and sponsors Tayntons Solicitors, Lister Unified Communications and Randall & Payne.

To get yours in time for the big day you will ned to drop by the Punchline offices at The Old Fire Station, Barbican Road, Gloucester, GL1 2JF, with your £20 or feel free to email us with your pledge to commit to buy one and we will keep one by for you.

Email beth@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk.

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