Greyhound Trust Autum 2020 Raffle Winners Announced !
Thank you to everyone who took part in the Autumn 2020 raffle, all proceeds go towards funding our work to home retired racing greyhounds; so your flutter, whether you were lucky or not, is helping the cause you care passionately about.
The Raffle was drawn on 23 November 2020 and below are the lucky winners:
Prize 1 - £1000: Mr R Harris, Littlehampton, Ticket number 0055189
Prize 2 - £200: Mr R Theobald, Brentwood, Ticket number 0045161
Prize 3 - £200: Mrs D Falco - Langham, London, Ticket number 00433
Prize 4 - £100: Mr C Beedie, Witney, Ticket number 0020477
Prize 5 - £100: Mr R Purvis, Ipswich, Ticket number 0041644
Prize 6 - £100: Miss K Duguid, Aberdeenshire, Ticket number 0001475
Prize 7 - £25: Ms T Conn, London, Ticket number 0043394
Prize 8 - £25: Mr M Ward, Ipswich, Ticket number 0041667
Prize 9 - £25: Mrs B Hartwell, Ilkeston, Ticket number 0026641
Prize 10 - £25: Mr & Mrs Anthany, Rowley Regis, Ticket number 0032406
We will be in contact with you directly, using the details on your raffle ticket stub.
If you enjoyed your flutter and would like to sign up to the Greyhound Trust lottery, so you have a chance of winning up to £10,000, you can sign up to our monthly draw, knowing that your support for the lottery is generating funds to allow Greyhound Trust to find homes for retired racing greyhounds:
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