Date: 31 August 2014
Radio Warneford's Grand Raffle Draw
Radio Warneford, the hospital broadcasting service based at Warwick Hospital, will be hosting its biggest fund raising event of 2014 at Warwick Market this Saturday, 6th September.
The 2014 Grand Raffle Draw has some fantastic prizes up for grabs. Our top prize is a set of four First Class tickets for use on Virgin Trains services while the second prize is four tickets to Alton Towers in Staffordshire.
The winner of our third prize will be able to take some friends for a four-ball golf match at Leamington & County golf club while petrol heads will enjoy our fourth prize, a £100 voucher for Whilton Mills go-karting centre.
We have two more First Class Virgin train tickets on offer as our fifth prize with a family ticket to the 2014 Royal Spa Centre pantomime for the sixth prize. Our seventh prize is a set of four tickets to Hatton Country World.
Tickets cost just 50p each - £2 for a book of four - and will be available to buy on the day. The winning tickets will be drawn at Warwick Market in the Market Place on Saturday 6th September at 1.30pm.
All the money raised at the Grand Draw in Warwick will go towards maintaining and improving the radio service offered by Radio Warneford to patients at Warwick Hospital.
Radio Warneford would like to thank Virgin Trains, Alton Towers, Leamington & County golf club, Whilton Mill, Imagine Theatre and Hatton Country World for their generous prize donations for this year's Draw.
Fancy doing something special for your local community? During the morning on Saturday we will be on the look out for new volunteers to join our broadcasting teams. Current members will be on hand to answer questions about what's involved and anyone interested in joining us will be able to pick up an information pack and application form. Come along and find out more!
Radio Warneford Grand Draw 2014 - Prize List
* Please note that the rail tickets are only valid on Virgin Trains services. Tickets for Alton Towers and Hatton Country World are for use by adults or children.
Issued by Andy Dowell, Communications Manager
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