Cirencester Shop Local ChallengePublished:
Shop Local Challenge: put your money where your heart is.
Did you know that if every adult in the UK spent just £5 per week in their local shops and businesses, it could be worth £13.5 billion going directly back into our towns. Imagine the difference you could make, locally, in Cirencester!
Now there are even more benefits to shopping local. All you need to is spend a minimum of £5 in a single transaction at participating shops to receive a sticker and complete the grid.
You can find the grid at the back of the Cirencester Shopping Guide, which arrived through letterboxes in Cirencester last week.
If you haven't got the guide, additional grids are available from the Local Information Centre, Bingham House, 1 Dyer St, Cirencester. GL7 2PP or online to print at home.
Once the grid is full, simply drop it off at Cirencester Town Council's Local Information Centre and you will be entered into the prize draw!
Prizes include vouchers from many local shops and businesses including Walter Bull, Jesse Smith, The Barn Theatre, Gardiner Haskins, Rieker shoes.
The draw will take place on the 31st of January and you can fill as many grids as you like!
Look out for those participating shops displaying the Cirencester Shop Local window sticker! There are some beautiful Christmas themed shop windows in Cirencester this year.
You can enter as many times as you like providing you spend a minimum of £5 to collect a sticker.
Full T&Cs are available on Cirencester Town Council's website.