Young trio win on Grantham treasure trail at Gravity Fields

Treasure trail winners Maia Joint, Cameron Johnson and Alannah Vyse.
Treasure trail winners Maia Joint, Cameron Johnson and Alannah Vyse.
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A host of retailers took part in Grantham’s Treasure Trail competition, all part of the their contribution for the Gravity Fields Festival last month.

A total of 60 entries were received and three winners were chosen at random – with the top prize of £200 going to Cameron Johnson. Maia Joint scooped second prize of £100 and Alannah Vyse won the third prize of £50.

Coun Frances Cartwright, portfolio holder for grow the economy, said: “This was such a great idea for Grantham businesses; it promoted the idea of shopping local and added to the excitement and buzz of the festival.” 
David Charles, of Grantham Retailers Association and owner of Grantham Computer Centre said: “I want to thank the retailers who got involved with the treasure trail, it was a real hit with families during the festival week.”
The vouchers awarded can be spent in any of 17 participating shops, which contributed £20 each towards the prize money.

The participating shops are:

• Grantham Computer Centre

• The Boutique

• Castlegate Clocks

• John Cussells

• Honest Krust

• Liberty Rose’s Tea Room

• Diva

• Glen Esk

• Marcus Wilkinsons

• Simmonds Music

• Tee One Golf

• The Trickling Tap

• Westgate Crafts

• Community Books

• Empire Designerwear

• Tailored Systems

• Helen’s Flowers