Silentnight is running focus groups on the evening of Monday 5th October 2015 in Manchester City Centre and if you often experience problems sleeping, they’d love to hear from you.

They want to find out about some of the reasons why you struggle to get enough quality sleep consistently, and the focus groups will be independently moderated by Dr Anna Weighall, from the Faculty of Medicine & Health, Leeds University.

Potential participants must be able to get to and from Manchester City Centre on Monday 5th October and be able to attend between the hours of 6pm-7pm, or 7pm-8pm. Light refreshments will be provided, as will a small monetary gift as a thank you for taking part.

If you are interested in taking part, please email pr@silentnight.co.uk using ‘Sleep focus groups’ as the email subject and include your name, age, location, contact number and a bit of information about the problems you have sleeping.

Due to the volume of applicants and the restricted number of focus group places available, Silentnight may be unable to respond to every applicant email.

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