There is just over a week remaining for shoppers to be in with the chance of winning from a range of wonderful prizes in a loyalty card promotion organised by the Original Richmond Business and Tourism Association (ORBTA).
Shoppers can collect a loyalty card from participating businesses who can be identified by the loyalty card posters displayed in their shop windows.
They then need to collect six stickers from six different participating businesses, complete an easy to answer question and hand in their completed loyalty card. There is no limit to the number of cards that can be entered by an individual.
All the correctly completed entries will go into a draw. The closing date for entries is Sunday, December 3 (to coincide with this year’s Christmas Market in Richmond) and winners will be notified by Sunday, December 10.
This year’s prizes are:
- £100 worth of vouchers to spend in member businesses
- Berber Leather: a travel pouch RRP £42.50
- Capelli Hairdressing: a gift bag of Wella hairdressing products (shampoo, conditioner, hairspray) RRP £50.
- Dot’s Place: a Thistle and Twine Fresh Linen Reed Diffuser, essential oil 200ml RRP £45.99
- Goosewing Studios: a pair of earrings to the value of £28 made with recycled beads and sterling silver hooks.
- King Street Kitchen & Gift: a Mason Cash batter bowl with a set of wooden spoons & Yorkshire Dales tray
- Kiss the Moon: Prepare to Dream Gift Set – Lavender & Bergamot, RRP £40
- Larches of Richmond: a Sarah Tempest leather bag RRP £52
- Lucy Pittaway: a mini print
- Mocha: a box of chocolates
- Neeps & Tatties: £15 to spend in the Cook’s Nook weigh section
- Richmond Information Centre: 3 prizes of £15 vouchers for Ordnance Survey maps
- Richmondshire Leisure Trust: 1 month gym membership worth £40 and a Health Suite Combo worth £13
- Shanti Shanti: a wool blanket from Nepal
- Strolling4Shoes: a £50 gift card
- The Cheese Press: a cheese hamper box
- The Station Café l Bar: a Family Pizza Deal
- Trinity Fashion: a £50 voucher
- York House Antiques: a USB alarm clock
Paul Harrison, chair of ORBTA, said: “By taking part in our Loyalty Card scheme, customers are helping to keep Richmond vibrant as well possibly winning from a range of fantastic prizes generously donated by our members.
“Money spent in independent shops stays in the local economy far more than buying online or from large national chains. This is because most independent businesses buy from many other local businesses and so money goes round and round Richmond’s economy.”