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A local Wokingham schoolboy has won a 12-month family pass to the UK’s top theme parks and attractions after successfully winning Newbury Building Society’s online Easter egg hunt.
9 year old Zian Chen, year 5 at Westende Junior School, entered the competition after being handed a leaflet by a cashier during a balance update.
Zian said: “I liked the idea of the competition. I went through every page and it was fun. I’m most looking forward to Jurassic Skyline. It sounds like an exciting place and I haven’t been there yet. I’m excited to have won.”
The competition which was hosted over the Easter holidays asked entrants to find 5 hidden Easter eggs scattered across Newbury Building Society’s website. The adrenaline filled prize – worth over £500 – will give Zian and his family access to star attractions such as Alton Towers, Sea Life, Madame Tussuads, London Eye and much, much more.
Zian is also a member of the Society’s Junior Newbury Building Society (JNBS) school savings scheme which encourages local schoolchildren to develop a regular savings habit from an early age.
Deborah Gadd, Office Manager at Newbury Building Society’s Wokingham branch said: “We are delighted to award Zian and his family this action packed prize! We hope he thoroughly enjoys exploring the UK's top attractions and we look forward to hearing about his adventures when he visits the branch next."