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In Equilibrium competition winners announced

The competition we ran in our November/December 2014 edition of In Equilibrium closed last Friday, 28 November 2014.

We asked you to spot on which page of our website an image of the Wee Willie Winkie hat could be found.  The answer was the wepage of our new course entitled “Sleep Well: Ending Your Battle with Sleep

We would like to thank everyone who took the time to enter the competition and are delighted to announce that the first three names drawn from the hat were Janet Crook, David Denoon and Laura Mathews.  Their prizes are on the way to them now.

prize draw

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