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2 December 2021

Wilson Partners Christmas Picture Puzzle Competition

It’s CHRISTMAS! For the next 12 (working) days Wilson Partners will be running a Christmas picture puzzle Competition. As 2021 has been yet another eventful year for everybody, we have decided to run a competition where the pictures refer to something or someone relevant to 2021 to highlight some of the great things achieved throughout the year. You can enter your answers at  where all the picture puzzles are also listed. If you enter and get all 12 answers correct you will be in with a chance of winning 6 bottles of sparkling wine from Harrow & Hope. Terms and conditions apply, please see website. Good Luck! FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER FOR FURTHER CLUES!

Today’s clue: Farewell to one of the most polarising political leaders in history.

#makelifecount #christmas #accountantscanhavefuntoo #finance #youngacheiver #morethanfootball

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