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First Jaguar XJ to raise funds for NSPCC

Filed by Lucire staff/November 17, 2009/1.30

Esther Rantzen and Jaguar XJ
A few months ago, Lucire brought readers the first non-embargoed image of the new Jaguar XJ. To promote a good cause with the new model, the company is giving away the first one destined for showrooms off the production lines to help the NSPCC.
   Esther Rantzen visited the Stratstone Jaguar dealership in Luton to back the Jaguar Prize Competition, which aims to raise £1 million for the NSPCC’s helplines, including ChildLine, which she founded. The new luxury saloon, worth more than £62,000, is Jaguar’s flagship model and will launch in showrooms in the New Year.
   The money will help grow ChildLine so it can answer every call, text and email from children. It will also go toward developing the NSPCC helpline for adults worried about a child.
   ‘Children can now text and chat to a ChildLine counsellor at as well as phone on 0800 1111. However, there is much still to be done before we can be there for all children. The Jaguar Prize Competition takes us one step further to raising the funds we need to do this,’ says Rantzen.
   The competition runs until November 25 and the winner will be announced on December 1. Entrants must correctly answer three questions about the new Jaguar XJ to be in for a chance to win the car.
   Each entry costs £125 and there is no limit to the number of entries per person. More information is at

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