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Ask our Grand Designs Live panel a question for the chance to win free entry to the event

27 Apr 2010

At Grand Designs Live on Friday May 7 at 12.00, first direct will be supporting and taking part in a debate titled 'Go green - save money'.  

Chaired by Kevin McLeod, the debate will include Duncan Clark - strategy director of the 10:10 campaign, Michaela Wright - first direct 's head of corporate and social responsibility and Richard Woods - Co founder of DIY Kyoto

To give everyone the opportunity to get involved we're inviting people to send their questions to the panel.  We have 10 tickets for the Grand Designs Live event up for grabs which we'll award to those who are quickest off the mark.  Either send your question to us via Twitter @first_direct or email us at Rebecca.hirst@firstdirect.com.  

Questions should reach us no later than Wednesday 5 May.  The first ten people to ask a question will receive a free ticket for any day of the Grand Designs Live exhibition in London which runs from Saturday 1 May to Sunday 9 May.  We'll try and ask as many of your questions as possible in the time we have, sorry if we don't manage to squeeze yours in! 

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