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Revealed: Here’s what the Tunbridge Wells Monopoly game will look like

PUBLISHED: 11:26 03 October 2017

Tunbridge Wells Monopoly box

Tunbridge Wells Monopoly box

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Dedicated game to the spa town will go on sale on October 26

Producers of a dedicated Tunbridge Wells version of hit board game Monopoly have revealed the first images of how it will look.

While the places on the famous board are still being kept a tightly controlled secret, the picture above reveals the box of the game which is released in three weeks’ time.

It features such landmarks as the Town Hall, Calverley Grounds, the Spa Hotel and the Pantiles.

Around 30 leading town landmarks will replace the famous London addresses like Mayfair and Park Lane - with the Pantiles expected to be one of them.

There will also be customised Chance and Community Chest cards.

The launch of the game is on October 26 when the games hits the shelves.

Says Robert Osborne of the game’s makers Winning Moves UK: “The game will be a celebration of – and a love letter to – Royal Tunbridge Wells.”

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