Toys galore for our competition winner
The young people in chef Mark Whitehead's life are in for a treat after he won a Bath Chronicle competition.
The 40-year-old from Oldfield Park has won £450 of toys in our Top Toys competition.
Mark, who has a son, two nieces and a nephew, is a regular competition hopeful, who reads the Chronicle every week.
He said: "I never win anything usually."
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The toys were from The Entertainer, and runner-up Betty Pothecary of Odd Down has won a £50 voucher from the firm in the competition, which attracted 138 entries.
Meanwhile, five lucky shoppers have won £50 vouchers to spend in the city's expanded Waitrose store.
The quintet were winners in the Golden Ticket promotion we ran with the Podium store, which has just emerged from a £10 million makeover.
They were Matt Robert, Mrs Riley, Myra Hepburn, Shirley Mcdiarmie and Richie Brooke.
They all found a golden ticket in their copy of the Chronicle bought at the store.
Amanda Beard, the Chronicle's head of circulation, said: "We are delighted to have this golden opportunity to work with Waitrose.
"The promotion was exciting for our staff to be involved in – it's not often we get to give vouchers to people to spend as they wish.
"The working relationship between local supermarkets and local newspapers is important as both are at the heart of the community in which we serve."