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Monopoly Makers Want A Dublin Charity To Pass Go


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A Dublin charity will get its very own square on the new Dublin-themed Monopoly board.

Back in March, Hasbro announced it was looking for people to suggest locations for the new-look game which will be out in October.

Suggestions could include landmarks like the Ha'penny Bridge and Trinity College, as opposed to just streets and suburbs.

Spokesperson Graham Barnes explains the winning charity will probably feature in the spot traditionally occupied by Community Chest "because they're a natural fit for each other. It may well be one of the property spaces, so you can pick up a card and win money, or you might have to pay rent."

Graham says any charity, big or small, can be nominated, so long as it's registered and serves Dublin.

You can send your nominations to dublin@winningmoves.co.uk or via the official Dublin Monopoly Facebook page. Or by traditional post to Dublin Monopoly, Winning Moves UK, 7 Praed Street, London W2 1NJ. Polls are open and close at 23.59pm on 31st May 2018.  


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