Monks Cross shopping centre in York celebrates 50 millionth customer

York Press: Nicola Robins, her partner James Newton, and children Halle-Rose and Oliver, with their cardboard cutouts at Monks Cross Shopping Park Nicola Robins, her partner James Newton, and children Halle-Rose and Oliver, with their cardboard cutouts at Monks Cross Shopping Park

A Holme-on-Spalding Moor family is getting the VIP treatment after mother Nicola Robins became the 50 millionth customer at Monks Cross since it opened in 1998.

The shopping centre is searching for a family every year to feature on cardboard cut-outs around the site and to welcome visitors to the company website.

Bosses began the new tradition last year when Monks Cross celebrated its 15th anniversary with a range of events and competitions, including the new title The Monks Cross Family.

The prize also includes £500 of shopping vouchers for Nicola, her partner James Newton, and children Halle-Rose and Oliver.

The four family members will see themselves on life-size posters every time they come to shop.

For more information about events at Monks Cross visit www.monkscrossshopping.co.uk, or follow the retailer on Facebook or on Twitter @monkscross.

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10:02am Thu 26 Jun 14

Justin7 says...

Just a coincidence it was a really good looking family?
Just a coincidence it was a really good looking family? Justin7
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7:31pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Exiled1 says...

So how have they been counting the customers? I smell a fix!
So how have they been counting the customers? I smell a fix! Exiled1
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1:34pm Fri 27 Jun 14

PlanetTea says...

If you think about it, its lucky their a good looking family - wonder if this was on purpose?
If you think about it, its lucky their a good looking family - wonder if this was on purpose? PlanetTea
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