David Westnedge links with Fortnum and Mason

Firm to run a Continuo challenge at the shop, with chance to win tea for two.
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Victoria Westnedge is challenging games enthusiasts to a round of Continuo at Fortnum & Mason, 3rd Floor, on Saturday, December 3rd between 12pm and 4 pm.

Consumers are being invited to test their wits against Victoria's, who was the Mind Sports Olympiad Champion in 2004 when she was just 15 years-old.

Continuo is an engaging game invented by Maureen Hiron, the bridge correspondent for The Independent, 30 years ago. The game has sold over six million copies worldwide.

No matter what your age, have a go and if you defeat Victoria and win, the prize will be tea for two at any one of the five Fortnum & Mason restaurants in London’s Piccadilly.

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