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10 October 2014

Gregg Wallace Gets Live & Cooking for Scannappeal

Want to know how to get the perfect buttery biscuit base?  Now's your chance!  Get your tickets today for the Gregg Wallace Gets Strictly Live & Cooking for Scannappeal.

B P Collins LLP is proud to be co-sponsoring an upcoming fundraising event on Thursday 20 November on behalf of local charity Scannappeal, featuring renowned celebrity Masterchef presenter Gregg Wallace. 

Sadly, despite our best voting efforts, Gregg was the first one out on Strictly Come Dancing. We imagine he must be feeling pretty low at the moment.

If you would like to make him feel much better about himself, perhaps put a question or two to him about behind the scenes on both Masterchef and Strictly, hear about his rise to fame from being a humble greengrocer, enjoy a cookery demo too, please book your  tickets today by visiting Scannappeal or by calling the Scannappeal office on 01494 734 161.

Tickets are £25 each, which includes a very welcome glass of wine or juice.  Gregg is bringing along a Masterchef apron which he will personally sign to whoever wins the raffle prize. 

Scannappeal really need your support.  All proceeds from the event will be donated to this amazing charity which raises funds to purchase life-saving scanning equipment that serves people living in Buckinghamshire and neighbouring parts of Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire. Every 10 minutes a patient in this area is diagnosed or treated with equipment funded by Scannappeal.

Held at the prominent Sytner BMW High Wycombe, this exclusive evening of laughter and mouth-watering cuisine promises to be a must for your social calendar so please book your tickets today.

Stay in touch

Phone: +44 (0) 1753 889995

Email: enquiries@bpcollins.co.uk

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