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There’s still time to play Longfield Hospice’s winter raffle

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Time is running out to play Longfield Community Hospice’s winter raffle, with a fantastic top prize of £1,000 cash on offer. Other prizes include an overnight stay at the Burleigh Court Hotel and shopping vouchers worth £100.

Raffle tickets are available in all of Longfield’s 20 charity shops or online at longfield.org.uk/winter-raffle. All profits from the raffle will help fund Longfield’s care and support for people across Gloucestershire with life-limiting conditions, and support their loved ones and carers too.

The deadline for ticket entries is 5pm on February 11th with the lucky winner’s name being drawn at 2pm on Monday 14 February, so a lovely surprise for somebody on Valentine’s Day!

Longfield’s new Head of Wellbeing Services, Katie Miller said: “I’m delighted to be heading up the Wellbeing Centre in Minchinhampton, we’re here for patients with life-limiting conditions, carers and families. There’s something for everyone, from support groups and counselling to tai chi and therapeutic art groups. It’s great as a new member of the team to get involved in fundraising initiatives to help fund all the activities on offer at Longfield. I encourage you to buy your tickets, so you’re in with the chance of winning one of the three fantastic prizes.” 

To purchase tickets, go online at longfield.org.uk/winter-raffle or call the Fundraising Team on 01453 886868. Each ticket costs £1, players must be resident in Great Britain and over 18 to enter. 

If you are concerned about problem gambling, you can contact GamCare online or on 0808 8020133 or visit begambleaware.org.uk.

Longfield Hospice is regulated by the Gambling Commission under licence number 57615.

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