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The Gift Awards: A Night To Remember

After months of planning, The Gift Awards are finally here – and last minute preparations are being made to welcome over 400 guests to London’s glamorous Royal Lancaster hotel.

As a handy reminder, below are a few points to remember and look out for tonight:

– Make sure you bring cash and/or credit cards ready for the big prize charity raffle, with all money raised going to The Light Fund. There are some great prizes up for grabs this year!

– Make sure your phones are fully charged as there will be lots of photo opportunites…

– … and don’t forget to share your photos with us so we can feature you on our Twitter wall. Just use #GiftAwards22.

– Plus, make sure you pack your dancing shoes for DJs Freight Train, who will be entertaining guests straight after the awards.

– And get ready to court lady luck in the casino, sponsored by Progressive Greetings Live.

If you can’t be with us tonight, you can follow the action on Twitter (@Prog_Gifts), while GiftsandHome.net will offer a round-up of the winners in a special newsflash straight after the event.

To find out more about The Gift Awards, visit www.thegiftawards.com

Twitter: @Prog_Gifts | #GiftAwards22

Facebook: @ProgGifts | #GiftAwards22

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