Go for gold!

Our Castlemaine Mail ‘Golden Ticket’ promotion is quickly speeding towards its conclusion.
Did you get your free Golden Ticket on April 1 and have you been collecting the puzzle pieces?
Don’t worry if you haven’t as you can collect one from our office at 13 Hargraves Street and back copies of the Mail to catch up.
Collect all nine puzzle pieces over the nine weeks of the promotion to be in the running to share in $5000 in prize money to spend at our 15 fantastic local businesses. You’ll find the final piece in today’s edition!
First prize is $3000, second prize $1000 and third and fourth prize winners will receive $500 each.
Castlemaine Betta Home Living are proud to be part of our 2022 buy local promotion.
The local business was formerly operated by Barry and Penny Green for 20 years and was purchased by Peter Jennings of Betta Home Living Kyneton in August 2021.
“Barry and Penny wanted to retire and were pleased to hand over the reins to a fellow local. We’ve really appreciated the response we’ve had from the community and their continued support of the business,” Peter said.
“We employ 10 local people across our two businesses and we are dedicated to offering fantastic products and great local service people can trust,” he said.
“We have been working hard to expand the range of stock at our Castlemaine store and have introduced some new brands in recent months with more stock arriving weekly.
“We have fridges, washing machines, bedding, IT and televisions, as well as an extensive range of small appliances including kettles, coffee machines, toasters, microwaves and everything in between,” Peter said.
“Pop in and check out our range. If we don’t have what you’re after we are happy to source it for you and we offer convenient home delivery options,” he said.
Our lucky Golden Ticket winners will be drawn on Wednesday June 15.

Lisa Dennis
Editor of the Castlemaine Mail newspaper and senior journalist on our sister paper the Midland Express. Over the last 24 years Lisa been proudly reporting news in the Mount Alexander and Macedon Ranges communities.