Crack a safe combination in Horsham town centre and a caravan could be yours

Chance to win a caravan
Chance to win a caravan

Visitors to Horsham town centre are invited to try their hand at cracking a safe on Saturday (September 15) for the chance to win a luxurious new caravan worth more than £25,000.

The competition is being organised by Roundstone Caravans - one of the UK’s only remaining independent and family-run caravan businesses - to celebrate the arrival of their new Compass range of touring caravans.

Throughout the day, in the Carfax, visitors will have the opportunity to crack the six-digit code on the safe.

If the winning combination is entered, the safe will ping open and the keys to the entrant’s new Compass Camino 550 caravan will await.

Whilst the competition is free to enter, Roundstone Caravans is encouraging participants to make a small donation to Horsham’s Rotary Club, which helps charities and local families across the county.

Rosie Kent, owner of Roundstone Caravans and great-granddaughter of John William Whitehouse, who founded the business in 1930, said: “We are very excited to be running this competition to celebrate the arrival of our new Compass caravan range and help raise vital funds for local charities.

“It’s a huge prize to win and hopefully we will be able to give one lucky person the chance to experience the joys of exploring the UK (and even the world) and most importantly help them create lots of wonderful new travel memories. “On the day, not only are we running this competition but we will also be giving away a number of free treats to Horsham visitors and displaying one of our new Compass caravan models.

“As many people have never considered caravanning before - not realising how the vehicles have evolved over the years and now feature so many of the creature comforts we can no longer leave behind - this is a great opportunity for inquisitive shoppers to explore the new models and see just what they have to offer.”

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