Another shopper has cracking day out
A THIRD lucky shopper in Bristol city centre has won £1,000 in cash.
Amy Mills, a 25-year-old from Horfield, took home the money after taking part in a safe-cracking competition.
She was one of hundreds of shoppers who tried to guess the six-figure combination to a safe containing a cool £50,000.
No one was able to come up with the combination but everyone who attempted was given the chance to take part in a prize draw.
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Three shoppers including Amy were picked out from the draw and each won £1,000.
Rachel Bell and Tom Charnock both won £1,000 after entering their names in the prize draw. The competition is part of a new campaign to publicise Bristol city centre as a shopping destination. The campaign is the first time Cabot Circus, the Galleries and Broadmead have joined forces.
The three areas have been re-branded as the Bristol Shopping Quarter and the aim is to get shoppers from other cities and towns to come to Bristol.
Since the opening of Cabot Circus, Bristol has become one of the country's leading shopping centres.