By Tristan Harris 06/06 Updated: 07/06 12:21
THE SIX winners have been chosen for the JAYS Alphabet Quiz which has been held over the last few weeks.
It challenged participants to find 24 businesses across Bromsgrove and Aston Fields by using the cryptic clues next to the letter the business started with.
First prize went to Oliver Harbun who won a pizza meal, single bed, MoT, handheld printer, meat voucher, gent's haircut, children's play adventure and a book.
Second prize went to Pearl Brooks. Among the items she won were an Indian takeaway for two, an oriental hamper, a car wash and valet, a bouquet, kettle, fish and chips and a book.
Third was John Foster - he won an oil and filter change, child's toy, fancy dress hire, Thai meal for two and a book.
Diane Pittaway won an eye test, printer ink refill, webcam and microphone, fish and chips and a book.
Fifth was Lisa Childs and sixth was Anna Morgan who also each won several prizes each.
Tony Turpin, from JAYS, said the charity wanted to thank all of the shops and businesses which generously donated and, in doing so, helped raise awareness of Multiple Sclerosis.
"We would like thank everyone who took part in the quiz, Mr Boden for his kind donation and the Bromsgrove Standard for its help.
"This terrible disease affects 100,000 people in the UK alone, it attacks the Myelin that surrounds the nerve fibres.
"Once diagnosed it stays with a person for life. There is no cure but there is help with medication."
For more, visit www.jays.org.uk
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