Thursday, 23 March 2017

Shoppers raise £843 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance

Photo: Air Ambulance volunteer Shahna Thwaites

Shoppers at Haskins Roundstone raised almost £1,000 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in a raffle to win a car, which will be drawn next week (Friday 31st March).

A volunteer for the life-saving charity, who was airlifted after a car accident, helped to sell tickets for the Win a Mini Draw at the Angmering store on Sunday (19th March).

A grand total of £843.66 was raised in ticket sales and donations for the charity which relies almost entirely on public support to keep it flying.

Head of Lotteries & Gaming, James Cook, said: "We are extremely grateful to Haskins Roundstone for giving us a platform to raise awareness of the charity, and to the public for their fantastic support."

Haskins Roundstone has been supporting the charity for a number of years and has previously raised more than £6,000 from its Wishing Well donations.

Tickets for the Win a Mini Draw cost £5 each and can be purchased online at www.raffle.me.uk with the draw taking place on 31st March 2017, making it the perfect prize for the summer months.

The £19,000 convertible Mini Cooper, a brand new model, boasts tyre pressure monitoring, a Thatcham 1 alarm system, ISOFIX child seat system, on-board computer, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth hands free function, USB audio, reversing camera and parking distance sensors.

 

Shoppers raise £1,121 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance

Photo: Win a Mini promotion at The Orchards Shopping Centre

Shoppers in Haywards Heath raised more than £1,000 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in a raffle to win a car, which will be drawn next week (Friday 31st March).

Staff and volunteers for the life-saving charity sold tickets for the Win a Mini Draw at The Orchards Shopping Centre last weekend (17th and 18th March).

A grand total of £1,121.75 was raised in ticket sales and donations for the charity, which relies almost entirely on public support to keep it flying.

A mother whose son was airlifted after he was hit by a car while walking his dog, was among the shoppers who bought a ticket.

James Cook, Head of Lotteries & Gaming, said: "We are extremely grateful to Orchards Shopping Centre for once again giving us the opportunity to raise awareness of the charity, and to the public for their fantastic support."

Tickets for the Win a Mini Draw cost £5 each and can be purchased online at www.raffle.me.uk with the draw taking place on 31st March 2017, making it the perfect prize for the summer months.

The £19,000 convertible Mini Cooper, a brand new model, boasts tyre pressure monitoring, a Thatcham 1 alarm system, ISOFIX child seat system, on-board computer, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth hands free function, USB audio, reversing camera and parking distance sensors.

 

Monday, 20 March 2017

Shoppers raise £1,261 for air ambulance

Photo: A previous Win a Mini promotion at Westwood Cross Shopping Centre

Shoppers in Broadstairs raised more than £1,000 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in a raffle to win a car, which will be drawn next week (Friday, March 31st).

Staff and volunteers for the life-saving charity sold tickets for the Win a Mini Draw at Westwood Cross Shopping Centre earlier this month (10th and 11th March).

A grand total of £1,261.58 was raised in ticket sales and donations for the charity which relies almost entirely on public support to keep it flying.

James Cook, Head of Lotteries & Gaming, said: "We are extremely grateful to Westwood Cross Shopping Centre for helping us to raise awareness of the charity, and to the public for their fantastic support."

Tickets for the Win a Mini Draw cost £5 each and can be purchased online at www.raffle.me.uk with the draw taking place on March 31st, 2017, making it the perfect prize for the summer months.

The £19,000 convertible Mini Cooper, a brand new model, boasts tyre pressure monitoring, a Thatcham 1 alarm system, ISOFIX child seat system, on-board computer, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth hands free function, USB audio, reversing camera and parking distance sensors.

 

Shoppers raise £2,734 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance

Photo: Win a Mini promotion at the Arndale Centre

Shoppers in Eastbourne raised almost £3,000 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in a raffle to win a car, which will be drawn next week (March 31st).

Staff and volunteers for the life-saving charity sold tickets for the Win a Mini Draw at the Arndale Centre earlier this month (3rd to 5th March).

A grand total of £2,734.42 was raised in ticket sales and donations for the charity, which relies almost entirely on public support to keep it flying.

An Eastbourne District General Hospital worker who previously won £25,000 in the charity's Superdraw lottery was among the shoppers who bought a ticket.

James Cook, Head of Lotteries & Gaming, said: "We are extremely grateful to the Arndale Centre for helping us to raise awareness of the charity, and to the public for their fantastic support.

"Each time our crews are called to an incident, the average cost is £2,500 so the fantastic sum raised is enough to fund a potentially life-saving mission."

Tickets for the Win a Mini Draw cost £5 each and can be purchased online at www.raffle.me.uk with the draw taking place on 31st March 2017, making it the perfect prize for the summer months.

The £19,000 convertible Mini Cooper, a brand new model, boasts tyre pressure monitoring, a Thatcham 1 alarm system, ISOFIX child seat system, on-board computer, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth hands free function, USB audio, reversing camera and parking distance sensors.

 

Shoppers raise £1,968 for Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance

Photo: Win a Mini at Waitrose Hailsham

Shoppers in Hailsham raised almost £2,000 for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in a raffle to win a car, which will be drawn next week (31st March).

Staff and volunteers for the life-saving charity sold tickets for the Win a Mini Draw at Waitrose last week (13th and 14th March).

A grand total of £1,968.20 was raised in ticket sales and donations for the charity, which relies almost entirely on public support to keep it flying.

A mother whose son was airlifted after he was hit by a go-kart at a soap box derby was among the supporters at the Vicarage Field store. He has since made a good recovery.

James Cook, Head of Lotteries & Gaming, said: "We are extremely grateful to Hailsham Waitrose and the landowners for giving us the opportunity to raise awareness of the charity, and to the public for their fantastic support.

"Each time our crews are called to an incident, the average cost is £2,500 so the fantastic sum raised is enough to fund a potentially life-saving mission."

Tickets for the Win a Mini Draw cost £5 each and can be purchased online at www.raffle.me.uk with the draw taking place on Friday, March 31st, making it the perfect prize for the summer months.

The £19,000 convertible Mini Cooper, a brand new model, boasts tyre pressure monitoring, a Thatcham 1 alarm system, ISOFIX child seat system, on-board computer, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth hands free function, USB audio, reversing camera and parking distance sensors.

 

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Shoppers raise £3,948 for air ambulance

Photo: The Win a Mini promotion at The Belfry

Shoppers in Redhill and Horley raised almost £4,000 for Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in a raffle to win a car, which will be drawn later this month (March 31st)

Staff and volunteers for the life-saving charity sold tickets for its Win a Mini Draw at The Belfry Shopping Centre and Waitrose in Horley last month.

A grand total of £3,948.20 was raised in ticket sales and donations for the air ambulance, which relies almost entirely on public support to keep it flying.

James Cook, Head of Lotteries & Gaming, said: "We are extremely grateful to Waitrose Horley for their continued support, and to The Belfry for giving us a new venue to connect with members of the public, and raise awareness of the fact that we are a charity.'.

"Anybody could have the need for our service, and it is important to us to spread the word about our crews' advanced skills and expertise. We would like to thank the public for their tremendous support throughout this Mini promotion."

Tickets for the Win a Mini Draw cost £5 each and can be purchased online at www.raffle.me.uk with the draw taking place on 31st March 2017, making it a perfect present for the summer months.

The £19,000 convertible Mini Cooper, a brand new model, boasts tyre pressure monitoring, a Thatcham 1 alarm system, ISOFIX child seat system, on-board computer, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth hands free function, USB audio, reversing camera and parking distance sensors.

 

Shoppers raise £1,111 for air ambulance

Photo: The Win a Mini promotion at The Mall Maidstone

Shoppers in Maidstone raised more than £1,000 for Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in a raffle to win a car later this month (March 31st).

Staff and volunteers for the Marden-based charity sold tickets for its Win a Mini Draw at The Mall shopping centre last week (February 21st – 23rd).

A grand total of £1,111.32 was raised in ticket sales and donations for the air ambulance which relies almost entirely on public support to keep it flying.

James Cook, Head of Lotteries & Gaming, said: "We are extremely grateful to The Mall for giving us a new venue to raise awareness of the charity, and to the public for their fantastic support."

Tickets for the Win a Mini Draw cost £5 each and can be purchased online at www.raffle.me.uk with the draw taking place on 31st March 2017, making it a perfect present for the summer months.

The £19,000 convertible Mini Cooper, a brand new model, boasts tyre pressure monitoring, a Thatcham 1 alarm system, ISOFIX child seat system, on-board computer, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth hands free function, USB audio, reversing camera and parking distance sensors.

  • A further £245.50 was raised from another Win a Mini promotion at Notcutts in Newnham Court on Sunday (February 26th).