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People in Nottinghamshire could win £3,000 in Rainbows Spring Superdraw

The Superdraws, which are held at Spring and Christmas, play a crucial part in raising the necessary funds needed to keep Rainbows running each year.

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Last year people in Nottinghamshire helped raise £50,913 by taking part in Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People’s annual superdraws.

Now the hospice has launched its Spring Superdraw 2019 with a top prize of £3,000. Other cash prizes of £500, £250 and £50 are also up for grabs.

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Tickets, which cost £1, can be purchased until Friday 31 May. The lucky winner will be drawn on Friday 7 June.

The Superdraws, which are held at Spring and Christmas, play a crucial part in raising the necessary funds needed to keep Rainbows running each year.

Gill Smitherman, Donor Development Manager at Rainbows, said: “Even if you just buy one ticket, you’ll be making a difference to lives of the children, young people and families we support each and every day.

“At Rainbows, we’re much more than a hospice. We’re an incredible team of people who bring hope and support to life-limited children, young people and their families every day.”

To buy tickets, contact Gill on 01509 638058, email lottery@rainbows.co.uk, or visit rainbows.co.uk/superdraw. Tickets can also be bought in the Rainbows shops in
Loughborough, Melton, Market Harborough, Blaby and Beeston.

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