£300 worth of Cargo gift vouchers to be won


Cargo - Credit: Archant

CHANCE to win £50 worth of Cargo gift vouchers to celebrate the opening of the chain’s new store in Welwyn Garden City

Sales assistant Deeanna Rumney, friend of Cargo Jess Contomichalos, area manager Dan Sherwood, store

Sales assistant Deeanna Rumney, friend of Cargo Jess Contomichalos, area manager Dan Sherwood, store manager Dan Green, sales assistant Elaine Vermillio, mayor Howard Morgan - Credit: Archant

Last Wednesday, Welwyn Hatfield mayor, councillor Howard Morgan, officially opened Cargo’s shop in the Howard Centre by pulling a giant Christmas cracker with the Cargo team.


Cargo - Credit: Archant

Whether you want to brighten up your home, spoil your nearest and dearest or buy a present for yourself, there is no reason not to go crackers at Cargo this Christmas.

The new store, situated on the ground floor, has something for every homemaker – from extraordinarily good value sofas and dining tables to inspiring accessories to add colour and style to your home.

Make sure you take a moment to visit Cargo in Welwyn Garden City, or visit www.cargohomeshop.com

To celebrate the new store, Cargo is offering lucky Welwyn Hatfield Times readers the chance to win one of six £50 vouchers.

To stand a chance of winning this prize, simply answering the following question:

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Where in Welwyn Garden City is the new Cargo store?

A) Stanborough Lakes

B) Howard Centre

C) Gosling Sports Park

To enter, text WHT CARGO followed by your answer (A, B or C), name, age, full postal address and email to 80058 – for example: WHT CARGO A Terry Smith, 48, The Campus, WGC, AL8 6AP, terry.smith@whtimes.co.uk

Texts cost 25p plus your standard network rate. The closing date is noon on Friday, November 29.

The winners will be the first correct entries selected at random after the closing date.

Usual Archant promotion rules apply – visit www.whtimes24.co.uk – or call customer services on 0844 3572403.

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