Winning Moves Cotswolds Monopoly Board Game, Advance to Tewkesbury Abbey, Cotswold Farm Pack and Cotswold Airport, 2–6 players makes a great gift for ages 8 plus
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Advance to Tewkesbury Abbey, Cotswold Farm Pack and Cotswold Airport – will you owe rent or reap the rewards? Other squares feature Sudeley Castle, Tewkesbury Abbey and Westonbirt Arboretum, with more than 30 landmarks included.
Cotswolds edition Monopoly board game Win a brand new Cotswolds edition Monopoly board game
Cotswold landmarks and favourites featuring on all of the famous multi-coloured Monopoly squares on the new board.To register your interest complete this form and we will be in touch within 7 days regarding availability. The new game will see 30+ Cotswolds landmarks and favourites featuring on all of the famous multi-coloured Monopoly squares on the new board.
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We’re not just looking for landscapes and scenery, we want to see the people and communities of the Cotswolds. Entrants that submit photos agree for their photos to be used across Cotswold District Council social media channels, Cotswold District Council w-newsletters, press releases and for printed copies to be used in public areas of the council buildings. Shane Samarawikrema, General Manager at Sudeley Castle and Gardens, says: “We are delighted to have landed in the top exclusive set on the new board.The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom except employees of Cotswold District Council and their close relatives and anyone otherwise connected with the organisation or judging of the competition. A new Cotswolds version of Monopoly might not be ready to cause family rows this Christmas, but it will be on sale for spring 2022. Landmarks likely to feature include The Model Village in Bourton, the Cotswold Way, Cirencester Amphitheatre – which because of its age could be ‘Old Kent Road’ – and maybe, for the other end of the board Highgrove House could well represent Mayfair on the board.
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The winners of the prize may either collect their prize from our registered offices at Council Offices, Trinity Road, Cirencester GL7 1PX, or the prize can be sent to their registered address. There are no rules on what is used to take the photograph, however photos submitted must be high-resolution and be no larger than 10MB. Of course, in recent years, the small Cotswold town of Northleach has become incredibly popular with fans of BBC Three's 'This Country', so perhaps the board will feature Kerry's house, or The Bowls Club.We would like to formally thank each and every person who has sent in nominations and as our way of a big thank you, three Cotswolds charities will now get to star in the game. uk, message the official 'MONOPOLY: Cotswolds Edition' Facebook page or send a nomination by post to MONOPOLY: Cotswolds Edition game, Winning Moves UK, 7 Praed Street, London W2 1NJ. The tokens also get a Cotswold makeover, with a tractor, sheep and hiking boot replacing the top hat, racing car and Scottie dog.