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Christmas Raffle 2019

Christmas Raffle 2019

The Christmas Raffle has now closed. Thank you for raising over £50,000!

The Christmas Raffle has now closed. Thanks to everyone who took part by buying or selling tickets, helping to make a difference to children and adults living with cystic fibrosis (CF) across the UK. You’ve helped raise over £50,000! 

Please check the list below to find out who our lucky winners are:

 The prizes

  • 1st prize £2,000: Mrs Lisa Boast
  • 2nd prize £500: Mrs F Hitter
  • 3rd prize £200: Mr & Mrs Geoffrey and Anne Crank 

10 runner-up prizes of £25 Marks & Spencer vouchers

  • Mrs S Cleaver
  • Mrs Amanda Jennings
  • Mrs S Smith
  • Louisa Cassell
  • Mrs May Owen
  • Mr Russell Ramsden
  • Mrs K Edge
  • Mr & Mrs Dimes
  • Mr Matthew Holland
  • Mr Colin Summers   

Please call 01628 511 705 or email raffle@cysticfibrosis.org.uk if you have any queries. Lines are open 9am to 5pm every weekday.

Your tickets make a difference to people with cystic fibrosis Your tickets can make a real difference

Natasha, who featured in our raffle pack, wanted to say a special thank you for making a difference to children and adults living with cystic fibrosis (CF), like her daughter Amélie: 

“Thank you so much for buying a raffle ticket. You have helped fund research that will hopefully one day provide a Christmas without infection for all those living with cystic fibrosis.”

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