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Golden triangles worth £475 hidden around Diss Heritage Triangle




Diss Heritage Triangle. Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography
Diss Heritage Triangle. Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography

Diss Heritage Triangle Trust is launching a Golden Triangle competition this week.

Ten little gold triangles will be hidden in the shops, bars, cafes and restaurants of the Triangle, from this Friday.

Anyone finding one will win £25, but one of the triangles will be worth £250.

Some of the £25 prize wins will be paid out and, if found, the big winner revealed at the St Nicholas Fayre on Sunday December 9 .

"Whether it will have been found by then, no-one can tell," said a Triangle spokeswoman.

"So it’s certainly worth doing your Christmas shopping around the Triangle; not only are there wonderful independent shops filled with lovely stock, but if you keep your eyes open, you never know where a triangle will be tucked away."

The Golden Triangle competition will launch on Friday November 23 and run until the last one is found.



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