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Win champagne

Calling all baby boomers. This is your chance to win some Champagne.

You could win a case of bubbly by simply telling us what is the weight of the biggest baby ever born?

The prize comes courtesy of Tunbridge Wells Equitable, in a link up with Money Marketing, to tie in with its campaign for baby bonds

This has seen the friendly society simplify the sales process with the introduction of client-specific key features illustrations, allowing IFAs to make a "one-call sale".

Send your answers, marked Tunbridge Wells Competition, to Money Market ing, 50 Poland Street, London W1V 4AX, or fax us on 0171-970 4397. The deadline is January 23. Normal competition rules apply.

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