Winners announced of Richmond loyalty card promotion

Elaine Wood, winner of £100 of ORBTA vouchers.

The winners have been announced for the Richmond loyalty card promotion.

Members of the Original Richmond Business and Tourism Association (ORBTA) offered 22 prizes for shoppers to win.

The promotion, which encourages people to shop local, was launched in 2017.

The winners are:

  • Elaine Wood won £100 worth of vouchers to spend in member businesses
  • G Merrington won a travel pouch from Berber Leather
  • Jane Hatcher was the winner of a giftbag of Wella Hairdressing products from Capelli Hairdressing
  • Barbara Gravenor will be collecting a Thistle and Twine fresh linen reed diffuser from Dot’s Place
  • Ann Luxmoore is the recipient of a pair of earrings from Goosewing Studios
  • Clare Richardson won a Mason Cash bowl, wooden spoons and Yorkshire Dales tray from King Street Kitchen & Gift
  • Jen Capewell has received a Lavender and Bergamot Prepare to Dream Giftset from Kiss the Moon
  • Mavis Marwood is the new owner of a Sarah Tempest leather bag from Larches of Richmond
  • Marian Hunter has won a Lucy Pittaway Mounted Print
  • Lesley Duncan will be enjoying a box of chocolates from Mocha
  • Lawrence won £15 to spend in the Cook’s Nook weigh section at Neeps and Tatties
  • C Butler, Wendy Egerton and Jane Brown each won a £15 voucher for an Ordnance Survey map from Richmond Information Centre
  • Jane Dennis has won a 1-month gym membership and Aileen received a Health Suite Combo, both from Richmondshire Leisure Trust
  • Sue Ison will be receiving a wool blanket from Shanti Shanti
  • Caroline Stott has been presented with a £50 gift card from Strolling4Shoes
  • Christine Morton received a cheese hamper box from The Cheese Press
  • C Butler will be enjoying a Family Pizza Deal at The Station Café Bar
  • Linda Turnbull was the lucky recipient of a £50 Voucher from Trinity Fashion
  • Brian Benson won a USB alarm clock from York House


Chair of ORBTA, Paul Harrison, said: “We are delighted with the level of participation in this year’s loyalty scheme.

“It has been an opportunity to reward shoppers for buying locally and the rewards offered by local businesses have been very impressive.

“The loyalty scheme follows on from the highly successful Magic Tenner initiative, which ran in October, and forms part of the Association’s strategy of promoting local businesses.

“We have much more to come next year as part of our Totally Locally initiative. Watch this space.”