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Cotswolds Monopoly up for grabs for residents who sign up to council newsletter

Cotswold District Council is encouraging residents to sign up to the council's monthly e-newsletter with a chance to win a Cotswold Edition Monopoly board game.

Cllr Lisa Spivey, cabinet member for corporate services, said "Our newsletter, Cotswold Roundup, is a great way for residents to stay informed on what is happening in their district and I would recommend for all to sign up if they aren't already.

"The more people we have signed up means we can keep residents informed about important service information such as bin collections as well as updates on projects across the Cotswolds.

"If you sign up you could even bag yourself a Cotswold Edition Monopoly Board Game which showcases the best of the beautiful Cotswolds!

"To win you just need to make sure you're signed up and if you're already signed up you'll be automatically added to the prize draw."

The board game includes some of the most picturesque sites across the Cotswolds, from The Cotswold Way to Broadway Tower.

The competition will run from now until Tuesday 25 October. To be in with a chance of winning one of the board games, residents will need to be signed up to Cotswold Roundup, the council's monthly community newsletter.

For more information and terms and conditions, please visit: https://www.cotswold.gov.uk/monopolycompetition 

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