IT was a case of the older the better as far as Angela Davidson from Stevenage was concerned. The lucky Comet reader had plenty to smile about when she scooped not one but 60 fabulous prizes as the winner of the Stevenage Town Centre Management Company s
IT was a case of the older the better as far as Angela Davidson from Stevenage was concerned.
The lucky Comet reader had plenty to smile about when she scooped not one but 60 fabulous prizes as the winner of the Stevenage Town Centre Management Company's competition to celebrate Stevenage's 60th birthday which featured in The Comet recently.
Hertbeat fm loaded up its StreetBeat vehicle with a whole array of prizes on Monday that included a TV, DVD player, iPod Nano, O2 mobile phone, wine, chocolates, gift vouchers, fragrances, a hi-fi system and a weekend break for two at the Express by Holiday Inn.
"We wanted to do something special to mark the year of Stevenage's 60th birthday and so we appealed to Stevenage businesses for donations," said town centre manager Tracey Parry.
"We were overwhelmed with the support for this idea and easily collected a prize for every one of the 60 years."
This is just the start of the diamond anniversary celebrations.
- 1 Body found in wooded area of Stevenage
- 2 Residents show 'strong support' for TK Maxx relocation plans
- 3 Man allegedly assaulted and robbed woman in Stevenage park
- 4 Recap: Wire damage disrupts Hitchin and Peterborough trains
- 5 Recap: Thameslink passengers urged to delay travel due to 'incidents'
- 6 11-year-old left with facial injuries after Stevenage dog attack
- 7 Red panda Tilly gives birth to ‘miracle’ cub at Paradise Wildlife Park one month after passing of partner Nam Pang
- 8 Ashbottom Close 'altercation' leaves man in his 20s with serious injuries
- 9 Three rail and bus strikes in London and the East this week
- 10 Captain uses his head but Stevenage make win over Rochdale harder than it should have been
Stevenage Town Centre Initiative has organised two competitions in July and August, with more prizes on offer, free balloons, face painting, music and dancing.
The fun continues on Saturday, September 16, with the Stevenage Jukebox Party.
Hertbeat fm's roadshow will be in Town Square between 11.30am and 3.30pm that day featuring live music from Arizona, games, competitions, prizes and much more.
Party-goers will be able to travel through time with hits from the 1950s to the present day.
There's a luxury week's holiday in Cyprus for two people up for grabs, including flights, courtesy of TravelCare, and a chance to record your own demo CD live.
For more information, visit www.stevenage-town-centre.co.uk or contact Tracey Parry on 01438 740884 or email firstname.lastname@example.org