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ALL CLUED UP TO TRACK DOWN ‘TREASURE’

Cannock Shopping Centre is offering customers the opportunity to track down some tasty ‘treasure’ as part of its 2013 charity partnership with locally-based national children’s disability charity Newlife Foundation.

Fourteen stores in the shopping centre are participating – Brighthouse, Chatwins, Phonebooth, Klairs, Costa Coffee, 99p Store, Specsavers, Scotts, J D Sports, New Look, Recess, Argos, Rymans and Cardstop.

Copies of a special treasure hunt map are available from Cannock Shopping Centre stores for a £1 donation (each) to Newlife Foundation. Each participating business has provided a question, the answer to which can be found in-store.

The closing date for entries is Sunday 30 June and completed maps should be placed in the red post box at the bottom of the escalator in Cannock Shopping Centre. All correctly completed maps will be entered into a lucky draw, with a prize of a £50 voucher for Longford House, the local Beefeater restaurant.

Cannock Shopping Centre is aiming to raise £3,500 to help a local disabled child who needs a specialist cot.

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