Rotary Christmas Lego Raffle

The Lego Raffle raised £1175-05 and the winning tickets have been drawn.


Thanks to Jane Webster of Greys Interiors on Finkle Street in Richmond who made the draw on 23rd December.  
The winner was Charlotte Lewin of Ravensworth - she is pictured here with big sister Jessica and  brother Jacob.   It should be a special Christmas for the Lewin family - mum and dad Rachel and Nick were waiting for their kids' grandparents to arrive this afternoon whom they haven't seen for over six months. The three children are already big Lego fans and just the right age to enjoy the prize.
Second prize of the Christmas hamper was won by Laurence Lines of Richmond. He is pictured here with wife Bridie.
Third prize of the wine hamper was won by Megan Brown, also of Richmond.
All the funds raised will be used to support local charities.  The grand total of which was £1175-05.
All three of our major fundraising events were generously supported by the people of Richmond and visitors to the area. In particular, and despite the wind and rain, we had a record breaking day at the Christmas market on 5th December.

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