The winners have been introduced for the annual Unique Richmond Enterprise and Tourism Affiliation’s (ORBTA) loyalty card promotion.
The draw has taken place to seek out the winners of the 18 prizes given by ORBTA member companies..
The promotion encourages folks to buy in and round Richmond and organisers it’s changing into more and more fashionable with companies and buyers alike.
Jacqui Walker, winner of a pair of Swarovski earrings from Goosewing Gallery, stated: “I feel the Loyalty card promotion is good.
“It takes me into retailers that I’ve by no means been in earlier than.
“Richmond is a stunning place to buy and I plan to do all my Christmas buying right here as soon as Lockdown is ended and I do know all my associates have related plans for purchasing their Christmas current in Richmond.”
Jo Foster, from Kiss the Moon, stated: “Spending cash inside the city retains cash in our neighborhood and helps native companies to thrive.
“Now greater than ever earlier than small companies want a serving to hand so schemes like this are all the time welcome.”
The prize winners are:
£100 voucher to spend in ORBTA companies – Sheelagh Baldry
£50 voucher from Trinity Vogue – Mrs S Spensley
Kiss the Moon eye pillow and aromatherapy pillow drops – Bev Lawrence
Inexperienced Howards Museum store £15 voucher – DA King
Cross View Tearooms & Restaurant Sunday lunch for 4 – Molly Copland
Neeps and Tatties £20 fruit and veg field from and tea for 2 at Granny’s Kitchen – Kevin Scarlett, who received each prizes,
Leather-based satchel from Berber Leather-based – Marcia Howard
Afternoon tea for 2 at Sip Espresso – Caroline Stott
Bicycle restore voucher value £50 from Arthur Caygill Cycles – Liz Finn
12 bottles of combined ales from Richmond Brewing Firm – Deborah Shaw-Pethers
Tunstall Meat Firm TMC particular bundle (worth £22.50) – Gary Cox
Ginger Tree Holistic pores and skin clinic £30 voucher – Helen Addison
Pair of Swarovski earrings from Goosewing Gallery – Jacqui Walker
£25 Voucher for Ravensworth Nurseries – Lesley Duncan
Prizes had been additionally given by Cheesey Grin, £25 voucher for cheese; Angus Morton Butchers gave a £50 voucher and one other fortunate winner goes to The Station Café Bar for a pizza deal for a household of 4.
The loyalty card is likely one of the actions undertaken by ORBTA to assist hold a spotlight in town and encourage native folks and guests to take pleasure in all that’s on supply.
For extra details about Richmond, its companies and the affiliation please go to www.originalrichmond.co.uk