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Mayor of Rushcliffe launches official charity raffle

A two-night break for two at a choice of 440 locations across the UK, a signed Nottingham Forest shirt and rounds of golf at three top local courses are among the host of prizes in the Mayor of Rushcliffe’s official charity raffle.

 

Mayor Cllr Andy Brown has created the fundraiser for his chosen charity of the year, Soldiers’, Sailors’ & Airmen’s Families Association (SSAFA).  

 

Tickets for the raffle cost just £1 each and are available to purchase by emailing mayor@rushcliffe.gov.uk. Tickets will also be on sale at upcoming events within the Borough. 

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The full list of all 19 prizes is below:

  • The prizes and who donated them can be found below:
    • Two-night break for two at a choice of 440 locations across the UK from British Gypsum East Leake
    • Signed Nottingham Forest shirt from Nottingham Forest
    • Fortum & Mason Hamper from ATG Global, Wilford
    • Marks & Spencer Christmas Hamper from East Midlands Airport
    • £50 food voucher from Chilled Pubs
    • Signed bat from Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club
    • Six tickets for a match in the 2025 cricket season from Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club
    • Hairdressing voucher from Janet Milbourne, West Bridgford
    • Family Ticket to Manor Farm from Manor Farm, East Leake
    • Golf game for four people from Rushcliffe Golf Club, East Leake
    • Golf game for four people from Ruddington Grange Golf Club
    • Golf game for four people from Beeston Fields Golf Club
    • Accommodation and a meal from Bingham Town House
    • £75 Photoshoot voucher from Captcha Photography, East Leake
    • Spa vouchers from David Lloyd
    • Three-month Leisure Centre membership from Lex Leisure for Rushcliffe Arena, Cotgrave, Bingham and Keyworth leisure centres
    • £50 voucher from Giggling Squid
    • House of Commons whiskey from Andy Brown
    • Bottles of wine from John Cottee

SSAFA are the UK’s oldest national tri-service military charity and aid veterans and their families by offering financial, practical or emotional support, ensuring independence and dignity is protected at all times.

 

The raffle will run throughout the year, with the draw set to take place at Rushcliffe Arena on November 21, 2024. 

 

Mr Mayor said: “I would like to say a massive thank you to all the local businesses,  partners and residents who have so generously donated so many incredible prizes to support the raffle.

 

“The raffle offers an engaging way of raising vital money to support an amazing cause in my chosen charity, SSAFA, who provide such an essential and impactful service to members of our Armed Forces and their families. 

 

“We have lots of exciting events planned for the year where tickets will be available to purchase so you can get involved and try to win some of the amazing prizes up for grabs!”



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