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Trust gets lottery TV slot.

THE Warwickshire Wildlife Trust will come under the national spotlight when it is featured on tomorrow night's National Lottery programme.

The show features the new Brandon Marsh Visitor and Education Centre as one of three good causes which have benefited from the lottery.

Trust director Dr Andy Tasker will take part in a short quiz, the winner of which will press the button for the start of the midweek draw.

Dr Tasker said: "Although it would be nice to win and press the magic lottery button, the most important thing is Warwickshire Wildlife Trust being featured on national television."
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