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Could you be owed a £10 shopping voucher?

Shopping vouchers have gone unclaimed over the school summer holidays as families headed off in search of the sun.

The £10 vouchers have been won in Boston Borough Council's 'Don't Smoke and Drive' campaign by the drivers of cars seen displaying a window sticker.

Winners normally have four weeks to claim their prize, but organisers have decided to allow extra time for returning holidaymakers to come in for their vouchers.

The following number plates were winners over the summer but haven't yet claimed their prizes:

Week 16: MV57 OKM - Freiston Road

Week 17: DA12 FSP - Pen Street

Week 18: CA61 CZE - Geoff Moulder Leisure Centre

Week 20: FM52 PXP - Blue Street

Week 21: DL65 VAA - Broadfield Street.

If yours is one of the registration numbers above, please bring your registration document to the council's reception desk on West Street to claim your £10 voucher.

Please note that the reception area has moved due to building works at the council - the entrance is now through the double doors next to the old Co-op in West Street.

The winning number plate is published weekly on the Boston Borough Council website, Facebook page and Twitter feed, as well as in the Grapevine section of the Boston Target.

A donation to the value of any unclaimed vouchers will be made to charity at the end of the campaign.

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