Win a Valentine’s Day pamper hamper worth £45 in Horsefair sticker competition

PUBLISHED: 12:57 05 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:57 05 February 2018

Monika Thompson, assistant store manager of Boots in the Horsefair, displays the Valentine’s Day Pamper Hamper prize.

Monika Thompson, assistant store manager of Boots in the Horsefair, displays the Valentine’s Day Pamper Hamper prize.

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The Horsefair Shopping Centre is giving shoppers the chance to win a Valentine’s Day Pamper Hamper worth £45.

The prize, donated by Boots in the Horsefair, can be won by displaying one of the shopping centre’s car stickers which are available for free from the P1 Hand Car Wash in the Horsefair car park.

The winning car will be chosen at random and must be parked in the Horsefair car park on Valentine’s Day.

Kevin Smith said: “Our car stickers are becoming really popular, it’s great to see the Horsefair logo getting around Wisbech and beyond.

“Boots have been incredibly generous with this prize; our Valentine’s winner will certainly be very lucky!”

The Pamper Hamper, worth over £45, consists of luxury products from Ted Baker, Max Factor and L’Oreal among other brands.

The Horsefair car sticker campaign gives away prizes each month to shoppers who display one of the centre’s car stickers in their vehicle.

For more information visit www.horsefairshoppingcentre.co.uk

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