Posted on February 14, 2008
It's time to talk about the birds and the bees. No, not that kind. The Birds And The Bees was the title for the latest charity Christmas puzzle from Northall villager Gordon Gray.
It was more popular than ever. And the even better news is that the puzzle raised £3,600, shared between Michael Sobell House Hospice, Mount Vernon, Romania Care, and the restoration of the Harrison & Harrison Organ, St Albans Cathedral.
So far, in the past 17 years, the puzzle has raised more than £27,600 for good causes - including almost £10,000 in the past four years.
Now, I like to think I'm organised, but I'm staggered that almost 100 people have already registered online for the next Christmas puzzle.
Even more amazing, Gordon has already set the brainteaser.
But you'll have to wait before you can put on your thinking cap - it won't be released until early December.
If you'd like to find out more, just check out the website at www.christmaspuzzle.co.uk.
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Source: Anne O'Donoghue, Dunstable Gazette, 13 February 2008
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