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Christmas Charity Raffle

7 December 2023

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Would you like to win some Christmas goodies?  

Jingle all the way to a chance of winning some fabulous Christmas prizes!  

Santa’s little helpers (aka local stores, staff and contractors) have showered us with amazing prizes for a festive raffle that’ll make your spirits soar!   

And here’s the best part – all the festive fun goes towards supporting the fantastic work of our charity partner, Valleys Kids, and the work they do throughout our communities! ️  

Here’s the sleigh-load of prizes up for grabs: 

💳 £100 ASDA Gift Card – gifted by Hugh James  

🎁 Marks and Spencer Hamper worth £100 – a luxurious gift from Mouldex LTD  

🍾 Freixenet Prosecco 75cl (x2) – sparkling joy from LSUK 

📚 Max Boyce Book – a thoughtful gift from Storyville Books 

🍫 Thorntons Classic Chocolate 449g – a sweet treat from LSUK  

🎁 Bayliss and Harding Gift Set – donated by staff member 

🦶 Bayliss and Harding Foot Gift Set – donated by staff member  

*A big thank you to the above and other local shops and contractors (Tremorfa and Costa Coffee) who also donated prizes for our staff raffle.

How to join the festive fun: 

Make a £2 donation to our Just Giving page (the minimum donation Just Giving allows), and you’ll get one entry for every pound donated. Don’t forget to leave your name and opt-in to share your email address – we need this info to enter you into the raffle!  

The raffle closes on Friday 15 December at 5pm! You will need to be available to collect your prize from Trivallis’ Head office, Ty Pennant in Pontypridd between 20-22 December. If you can’t make it, no worries – we can arrange delivery in the new year.  

All winners will be announced on our Facebook and Twitter on 19 December. We’ll contact you via the email you provided to coordinate your prize collection!   

If you have a question, get in touch with Lisa.Roberts@trivallis.co.uk   

Wishing you the best of luck and a Merry Christmas! 

 

Find information on how Trivallis stores data, here.