Oh yes it was worth hunting posters

Bid4Bury ran a panto-themed treasure hunt with shops over Xmas - supported by BFP which printed entry forms.''Winners will be presented with prizes at Buy the Light.

Bid4Bury ran a panto-themed treasure hunt with shops over Xmas - supported by BFP which printed entry forms.''Winners will be presented with prizes at Buy the Light.

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BETHAN Sharp reckons finding all 10 Dick Whittington posters in the Pantomime Treasure Hunt was difficult, but it proved worth it.

On Wednesday, the 10-year-old from Bury St Edmunds picked up the junior first prize of a family ticket to The Crowstarver, the Theatre Royal’s Easter family show.

The adult top prize, of tickets to Stagefright, which has its world premiere at the theatre next month, went to Erica Burrows, of Bury .

Mark Cordell, chief executive of Bib4Bury, which ran the competition with the Bury Free Press and Theatre Royal, said: “More than 20 companies in the town played a part in this competition by displaying a treasure hunt poster and participants had to spot 10 different images.”

Prizes were donated by Buy the Light, Waterstones, LP Bar, Paul Stephens, Clement Joscelyne and Millhouse Fabrics.

Other winners were: Adults – Mrs J Arbon, Mrs R Pewter, Jane Holland, Claire Austin, Veronica Dobson and Mrs Hawthorn. Children – Talitha Gower, Caroline Austin, Ella Shirley, A Gray, Lydia Dobson and Jonathan Sharp.