Three cheers for Kingston competition winners

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By whitelc | Monday, January 21, 2013, 10:18

Kingston is the first choice destination in 2013 for the three lucky winners of Kingstonfirst's Christmas competition.

Graham Wynne from Kingston Upon Thames was the lucky winner of a year's free parking at the NCP Fairfield Car Park, while Karen Bibb from New Malden won six months free parking and Keith Hooker from Teddington won one month's free parking, all thanks to NCP.

They were some of the many prizes up for grabs in the annual festive prize draw which was arranged by Kingstonfirst, the place-management organisation for the Town Centre.

Neil Marsh, Cluster Manager, NCP London South West, handed Keith Hooker his prize and said: "Congratulations to our three prize winners."

NCP Fairfield regular has held its prices for the second year at £1.30 per hour for the first 4 hours or £10 all day, making it the best value car park in central Kingston.

Other prizes included a Christmas in Kingston package which includes a night's bed and breakfast at the charming, boutique Chase Lodge Hotel and tickets to see the Rose Theatre's festive pantomime Cinderella The Midnight Princess. As well as a £100 Bentalls voucher, a Hotel Chocolat hamper worth £50, a two-course meal for two at Pizza Express and a tartan travel rug supplied by Edinburgh Woollen Mill.

Ros Morgan, chief executive of Kingstonfirst, said: "I would like to thank all of those who have donated prizes for this year's competition and particularly NCP. Congratulations to all of the winners."

The competition formed part of Kingstonfirst's programme of festive fun this Christmas which kicked off on 15th November when Santa was joined by Cinderella, star of the Rose Theatre's festive pantomime, for the big Christmas Lights Switch-On.

      

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