Win a fiddle muff
Living with dementia magazine has fiddle muffs for two readers who can answer our competition question.
The phrase ‘To fiddle while Rome burns’ refers to a story about:
A. How well violinist Niccolò Paganini played at the Parco della Musica.
B. Roman Emperor Nero playing the lyre while his city was burning.
C. Fraudulent coal merchants in the Italian capital.
Email us your competition answers for us to receive by 2 March 2018, along with your name, address and telephone number.
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.
- Find out what people thought of these and other fiddle products in our consumer panel.
- Take part in our book giveaway by 16 February 2018 for a chance to win Somebody I used to know, by Wendy Mitchell.
- Enter your photos into our Christmas card picture competition by 28 February 2018.
- Read the next article from this issue of the magazine.