All-day stay could net shoppers a £50 bonus

Bid4Bury are promoting long stay parking by getting people to put a sticker in their car and if their registration is picked will win �50.''Pictured: Mark Cordell with the sticker at Parkway multi story
Bid4Bury are promoting long stay parking by getting people to put a sticker in their car and if their registration is picked will win �50.''Pictured: Mark Cordell with the sticker at Parkway multi story
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TAKE an all-day visit to Bury St Edmunds and you could be one of five lucky prize winners.

The Bury Free Press has teamed up with local business improvement organisation Bid4Bury to promote longer stays in the town centre and, if you follow these instructions, you could walk away with £50 in shopping vouchers.

It’s simple: Starting today, visit the Bury Free Press offices, in King’s Road, and pick up an ‘ourburystedmunds’ car sticker.

If you park in either the Parkway long-stay car parks or Ram Meadow, where an all-day parking ticket costs just £2.20, and clearly display this sticker in your vehicle, you stand a chance to win the vouchers.

Each week for the next five weeks, the Bury Free Press will publish details of a lucky winning vehicle.The owner will then be able to claim £50 in vouchers from Bid4Bury. Full details of how to claim your prize will be given next week’s Bury Free Press.

“Long stay car parking in Bury St Edmunds still offers good value for money – and with the summer holidays upon us I hope people will make the most of this and come into town to enjoy all that it has to offer,” said Bid4Bury chief executive Mark Cordell.

Bid4Bury was set up in April 2010 with funds from local businesses to provide support and services to the trading environment in Bury St Edmunds.

“This is a great initiative from Bid4Bury and we are delighted to support it,” said Barry Peters, editor of the Bury Free Press.

“Bury has much to offer making it a great day out and the long-stay car parks are only a five minute walk from the shops and attractions.

Stickers are available on a first come, first serve basis.