Win a handy talking pocket clock, which you can wear on a keychain or around your neck, in our Dementia together magazine competition.
We have Talking time pals for two lucky winners drawn from correct entries received by 19 December.
The invention of the first machine that could record and play back sounds was claimed in 1877 by:
- A) Henry Ossian Flipper.
- B) Thomas Alva Edison.
- C) Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Email us your competition answers for us to receive by the end of 19 December 2018, along with your name and postal address.
Terms and conditions for competitions and giveaways
Competitions are free to enter and open to residents, aged 16 and over, of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Winners will be drawn randomly from entries received by midnight on the end date and results are final. Winners will be notified soon after and announced in the following issue. Prizes are subject to availability, and will be sent by Alzheimer’s Society or our supplier.
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