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Love cakes and chocolate? Then you’ll be thrilled to know that Slattery Patissier & Chocolatier have chosen us as their Christmas Charity again this year.  But instead of the usual Chocolate Extravaganza, we’re excited to announce something even sweeter and tastier to raise money for MedEquip4Kids!

Enter our fantastic prize draw for a chance to win an entire YEAR of delicious Slattery treats, worth an amazing £2,000!

Tickets are £10 each and one lucky winner will take away this fabulous prize, which consists of:

  • A meal for two every month in the Masons dining room for a whole year with guaranteed availability
  • A one-day Slattery course of your choice for two people
  • Celebration cakes of your choice up to £250
  • Seasonal shop gifts throughout the year for Valentines, Easter and Halloween
  • A private tour of the business with John Slattery, including both of John’s books signed for you to take away
  • Takeaway afternoon tea for six people on a sunny day of your choice
  • Treats on your birthday
  • The ultimate Christmas essentials hamper, filled with chocolate, mince pies, cakes, hot chocolate and much more, up to the value of £350
  • Gateaux and desserts of your choice up to a value of £150 for a single event during the year

There will also be 10 x runner-up prizes of seasonal chocolate and a £25 gift voucher.

The draw will take place at an exclusive ticket-only Christmas preview shopping event, held on Wednesday 4th December at the Slattery store in Whitefield. More details will follow in mid-November.  Tickets can also be purchased in store at 197 Bury New Rd, Whitefield, Manchester M45 6GE

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“Infections of the central nervous system need urgent and appropriate treatment. Most laboratory methods can take from 24 to 48 hours for diagnosis of bacterial meningitis and three to seven days for diagnosis of viral meningitis or encephalitis. The new equipment will mean we can get results of these tests in around an hour. We’ll be able to inform the clinicians of a positive result, allowing targeted therapy and reassurance to the patients and families. Just as important is the reporting of negative results, which may enable treatment withdrawal and possibly a shorter hospital stay.”

Dr Pradeep Subudhi
Consultant Microbiologist
Royal Bolton Hospital

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