Double points in Shop for Schools this week

Former winners Leas Park.
Former winners Leas Park.

Following the launch of the Shop For Schools campaign at Mansfield’s Four Seasons Shopping Centre, shoppers have the chance to get their hands on double points, thanks to your Chad.

This week, we’re printing double points vouchers, so families, friends and local pupils have the opportunity to earn even more for their chosen school at this early stage of the campaign.

All they have to do is simply cut the voucher out from the paper and present it, along with any receipt at the centre’s customer services desk to ensure they receive their double points.

Rebekah O’Neill, centre manager, said: “Since we launched Shop For Schools last week, the response has been incredible.

“We are only a few days into this year’s campaign and the volume of points we have already received is impressive.

“With the chance to collect extra bonus points this week, 2019’s campaign is already getting off to a strong start.”

Every Sunday throughout the campaign, shoppers also have the chance to secure triple points without having to present a voucher. Shop for Schools is now in its 14th year and is gaining more and more support each year it runs.

Mrs O’Neill said: “This is an opportunity for us to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to helping the local community and we are so grateful to all our shoppers who participate in the campaign.

“Without their enthusiasm the initiative wouldn’t be the success it is today.”

For every £1 spent at the Four Seasons Shopping Centre in Mansfield town centre, shoppers receive a points voucher which they donate to their chosen school at the centre’s customer services desk.

The 2019 scheme runs until March 2 and the school with the most points will win £2,500 worth of books and stationery from the centre’s WHSmith store with the runner-up receiving £500 worth of books and stationery.

For further information– including weekly updates on the Shop For Schools competition – see fourseasonsshopping.co.uk

Participating schools...

Abbey Gates Primary, Vernon Crescent, Ravenshead;

Abbey Hill Primary, Abbey Road, Kirkby;

Abbey Primary, Stuart Avenue, Forest Town;

Asquith Primary, Asquith Street, Mansfield;

Berry Hill Primary, Black Scotch Lane, Mansfield;

Birklands Primary, Appleton Street, Warsop;

Church Vale Primary, Laurel Avenue, Church Warsop;

Farmilo Primary, Woburn Road, Pleasley;

Greenwood Primary, Sutton Middle Lane, Kirkby;

Heatherley Primary,

Heatherley Drive, Forest Town;

Hetts Lane Infant, Hetts Lane, Warsop;

Holly Primary, Holly Drive, Forest Town;

King Edward Primary, Meadow Avenue, Mansfield;

King Edwin Primary, Fourth Avenue, Mansfield;

Leas Park Junior, Ley Lane, Mansfield Woodhouse;

Mapplewells Primary, Henning Lane, Sutton;

Northfield Primary, Cox’s Lane, Mansfield Woodhouse;

Oak Tree Primary, Jubilee Way North, Mansfield;

Peafield Lane Academy, Litton Road, Mansfield Woodhouse;

Ravenshead CE Primary, Swinton Rise;

Redgate Primary Academy, Somersall Street, Mansfield;

Sherwood Junior, Sherwood Street, Warsop;

St Andrew’s CE Primary, Mansfield Road, Sutton;

St Edmund’s CE Primary, Church Hill Avenue, Mansfield Woodhouse;

St Mary’s CE Primary, Paddock Close, Edwinstowe;

St Peter’s CE Primary, Bellamy Road, Mansfield;

Sutton Road Primary, Moor Lane, Mansfield;

The West Park Academy, Vernon Road, Kirkby;

Walesby CE Primary, New Hill;

Wynndale Primary, Wynndale Drive, Mansfield.