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CHARITY RAFFLE REPORTS
 
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Charity Raffle Reports

We normally run a raffle for charity at each of our dining out evenings and events. We also organise raffles at various fetes and events we visit for our Local Dining Out Group or Local Village News.

 

At every event we will normally have a selection of raffle prizes. Some of these we have to purchase and repay from the funds raised at the next event to make sure we always have a core of prizes.

Increasingly we are now receiving donations of prizes from our diners, restaurants and other charitable people. These help to reduce the amount we have to purchase and mean more money can go to the chosen charity for the month. If you feel you can donate a prize, that would be very welcome and it will always help us to know in advance of a dinner what we can expect.

So many gifts are suitable as prizes. Wine, spirits, beer and soft drinks are always the first to be chosen, so very popular. We have introduced fruit, hampers, plants and flowers which are nice. Chocolates are again popular, books, perfume, kitchen items, jigsaw puzzles and much more. One of the main conditions that is that we must be able to transport it!

Our raffles tend to add another dimention to our evenings and have become very popular.

Everyone who joins us at our dining out evening receives a ticket as they board our coach. This ticket carries a lucky number and we draw a separate raffle for this lucky number after the main raffle. There is normally one prize and Maltesers have become very poular.

We have now mamaged to raise over £1000.00 for different charities since we started in January 2015. You can read more breakdown of this through the links in the menu on the left of this page.

Our thanks to everyone who has bought tickets, all those who have donated prizers including restaurants and especially to those people who have helped to sell and fold tickets on the dining evenings.

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