Throughout October we will be making a donation to Sue Ryder for every listing we take on. But Saturday 14th October marked our 25th anniversary in Market Deeping and to help celebrate this landmark, we organised a raffle with the significant help of local businesses. In total, we raised £240 for Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall to add to the ongoing fundraising. Here are some of the winners and the donors:
Sunday lunch at The Bull in Deeping donated by The Bull was won by JR & C McClean
P.KAI in Deeping donated a cut and blow dry won by Rachel Watson
Grassmere Farm donated a voucher for their shops, winner Lee Boorman
£10 voucher donated by Scizzors Studio, winner Charlotte Payne
Lindords £10 voucher was won bt Keith Brown
Yankee candle display donated by Paper Kisses was won by Cunningham
The Deeping Stage donated 2 bottles of wine won by Sue
Mrs. Precey won a voucher for a large Dominos Pizza
An Iron Horse T-shirt donated by the eatery was won by S Bossis
Crowland Carpets donated a tartan rug which goes to Julie Smith
Beauty Boutique kindly donated a Dermalogica facial which was won by Jo Welling
Terry Wright Cycles' £30 voucher was picked up by Vicki Spinner
Tams Tanning's 1 month VIBR8 goes to Simon Bamford
Scrivens donated a lens cleaning kit, winner Lee Boorman
Jane Berlyn won the Younique make up donated by C Payne
Rustic Wine Bar's sparkling Shiraz went to Christine Wardell
Co Op donated a tub of sweets which was collected by Ms L Fox
The winner of £20 with Layton Dry Cleaning was JR & C McClean
KFE Deeping donated a £20 Love To Shop which was picked up by Mrs Greenhay
Thank you to everyone who bought tickets and of course, to all those who supported our raffle by donating prizes.
Pictured L-R: Vicki Spinner, Mr. Rob Redshaw (Consort), Clare Brown, Claire Payne, Mrs. Pauline Redshaw (Mayor), in the front, Lorraine Fox.
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