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And the winner is....

24.06.2015

A woman was delighted to get a call to let her know she won our draw for a Sonata internet audio player.

A woman from Reddich has won our competition to win a Sonata internet audio player.

Margaret entered the draw after talking to BWBF staff at Sight Village.

She says she's now spoiled for choice instead of having to stick with one programme or ask for help changing it.

"I would like to say a big thank you for my Sonata internet radio prize," she said.

"It's wonderful to be able to indepdently select from such a wide range of media information and entertainment service.

"I'd also like to say a particular thank you to the two BWBF staff at Sight Village on the Wednesday morning who showed me the Sonata and suggested I should enter the draw and to David Loveridge who delivered it, set it up and showed me how to use it."



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