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Safe Cracker Wins Precious iPad

Added: 28 July 2011, 14:38

Safe Cracker Wins Precious iPad

If you want to join the growing number of devoted iPad fans and get one of your very own, join bidders at Epilepsy Scotland's Edinburgh Wags dinner in the Roxburghe Hotel, Charlotte Square on Thursday 10 March at 7pm.

One lucky person will buy a £10 safe key that opens the door to an iPad worth over £400.

Chief Executive Lesslie Young is delighted that Clicknetworks, an East Kilbride-based IT firm, has donated this prize to help raise funds for the charity.

She said: “It is going to be a fun-filled fundraising night for our 200 guests. I am grateful and encouraged by the generosity of people, even with the recession. Many fortunate winners will go home with fine prizes but only one can unlock a 'must-have' iPad."

Celebrities giving their time to take part in the Edinburgh Wags ‘Tears, Triumphs and Tiaras’ event include Radio Forth’s Grant Stott, Gordon Jackson QC, Jojo Sutherland, support act of Jenny Éclair and 4 Poofs & a Piano, professional snooker referee and Robert Burns enthusiast Hugh Brown and Tony Scott member of the Association of Speakers Clubs with 40 years experience of public speaking.