A new Jack in the Beanstalk themed Town Centre Trail is set to start on Saturday 2 December and run until Sunday 10 December, organised by Horsham District Council in association with Horsham Time Well Spent and Horsham Markets, it is sponsored by Mr Simms’ Olde Sweet Shoppe Horsham and The Capitol.
Can you help us find Jack’s Magic Beans? His silly brother Simon lost them whilst they were doing their Christmas Shopping.
They’re hidden around Horsham Town Centre somewhere. See if you can spot them amongst the many Christmas market stalls or in the shop windows. They might even be hiding on the shelves inside. There are TEN beans to find. They’re very colourful, with big, bold numbers on.
Find them all and you could win Jack’s Prize Sack worth £250!
To take part, simply collect an application form from The Capitol, Horsham Museum or any participating retail outlet or market stall and get hunting. Forms will also be available to download online from The Capitol’s home page or go to http://www.thecapitolhorsham.c
Use the form to make a note of the number on each bean, as you visit each stop. There’s even a map to help you find your way around.
When you’ve found them all, hand the attached form to Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe in West Street to get a sweet treat. Even better – you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a hamper of family prizes worth £250!
Jack’s Magic Bean Hunt will be running on weekend market days in Horsham Town Centre on the 2 and 3 and 9 and 10 December. Completed forms must be submitted to Mr Simms by 12 noon on Sunday 10 December.
Children’s entertainer, Tomfoolery, will be helping to select the winner from the completed entries at Mr Simms on Sunday 10 December at 12.30pm.
Organisations taking part in the trail include: Brock Taylor Estate Agents, Non Stop Party Shop, Waterstones, Battlequest Games, Forget Me Knott Plants (market stall), Vegeloution (market stall),County Fiesta Bunting (market stall), Cheesy Fingers (market stall), Candy Box, Gobsmack Comics, Cocoa Loco, Toy Barnhaus, The Entertainer and Mr Simms.
All proceeds to local charity – The Springboard Project www.springboardproject.com