Win a year's free groceries

THE Evening Star has teamed up with Ipswich and Norwich Co-op to make you an offer you can't refuse –£100 of free groceries per week, for a year.All you have to do to win this superb prize worth £5,200 per year is simply collect four out of the six tokens printed in The Evening Star each week and in fill in an entry form which will be in Saturday's paper.

THE Evening Star has teamed up with Ipswich and Norwich Co-op to make you an offer you can't refuse –£100 of free groceries per week, for a year.

All you have to do to win this superb prize worth £5,200 per year is simply collect four out of the six tokens printed in The Evening Star each week and in fill in an entry form which will be in Saturday's paper.

The competition will run for the next six weeks so you can improve your chances of winning by entering as many times as you want.

At the end of the six weeks, ten readers will be randomly chosen and invited to attend a special champagne reception at a Co-op store.

Star editor, Nigel Pickover said: "What a fantastic Ipswich and Norwich Coop and Evening star campaign.

"It's a marvellous prize and yet again, two of the region's great community organisations are linked together in a major promotion.

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"The winner will have an incredible time as they enjoy their prize."

Star newspaper sales manager Chris Ozanne added: "We are absolutely delighted to have teamed up with the Ipswich & Norwich Co-op to give Evening Star readers this superb prize.

"The Co-op is a major part of the Suffolk business community and their stores play a crucial role in providing convenience store services in the heart of many communities across the county.

"Like me, I am sure most people spend much of their budget on the weekly household shop, so imagine the impact £100 per week for one year will have on your finances.

"One lucky Evening Star reader is definitely going to have a year they won't forget thanks to the Co-op!"

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