Tickets are £5 per strip & all proceeds go to Community Action Nepal. The draw will be made on 01/12/20 by Paul Braithwaite ( trustee)
Prizes are a multi signed Everest book, a Single Malt Bowmore Whisky , a homemade cake, and chocolate brownies.
I intend adding prizes as we approach December.
mailto ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ for how to pay and allocation of ticket numbers. Good Luck.
Thank you. I went last Year too. I’m in regular contact with David Durkan who runs Mountain People. They build schools up and shelters, and provide food under their ‘buy a bag of rice’ scheme and also blankets. He told me that the Nepali are starving- it’s heartbreaking.
Update - the person who bought the number 400 raffle ticket is not a climber. Therefore the chalk ball and brush on offer to the buyer of ticket number 400 has now been ‘moved’ to the buyer of tkt no 500. Please keep buying raffle tickets to win this or one of the other prizes? cheers.
Noooo it was a ‘tempter’ prize for whoever was at tkt no 400. He was the closest ‘climber’ to 400 so I posted the gift. it will be drawn on the first of December. so plenty of time to buy more tickets folks- please.
Adding, for free, as an extra raffle prize my signed Cerro Torre postcard - signed by Pete Crew, Martin Boysen, Mick Burke and Dougal Haston. Dougal HASTON!! One of the two first British climbers to summit Everest in 1975. This signed card is being sold on eBay for over £50, sometimes much more. ( see photo) Please buy some raffle tickets and be in with a chance of winning? And thanks to all who have bought already
There is still plenty of time to buy tickets. A fivers worth gives you 5 chances to win prizes worth over £50 each. The draw will not be made until the first of December. Please email me for bank details. Thanks. Linda 🙏
My unicef worker friend is presently in Nepal. He says it’s dire over there, no work and therefore no income. There are people still displaced by the 2015 earthquake who cannot get given food as they have no address. The charity workers are taking rice to them away from the police eyes. I took this photo last year of a house obliterated by that earthquake- I’ve only just noticed the vulture on it........
Just to let you know that this premier post finishes/expires on Tuesday. Paul Braithwaite will make the draw on Tuesday the first. He will do so in the morning and I will post the winning tickets on here immediately after. Plus I will email the winners. First ticket drawn chooses first, 2nd chooses next etc. Please email me if you want to see the winning numbers and you miss it on here on Tuesday. Good luck to all who have bought tickets and there are still some left if you would like a strip.
All tickets sold, separated, and folded ready for tomorrow’s draw by Tut Braithwaite The photo shows 1000 tickets in a deep bag. £1000 !! raised for Community Action Nepal. Thank you to all who have bought some and good luck to all.
Paul Braithwaite drew the raffle this morning. There are ten winning tickets. Please make your choice of prize by the order in which they were drawn. The first ticket drawn was number 860, then number 424, then number 58, then 552, then 30, then 440, then 530, then 959, then 371, and lastly 183. Please see photo. prizes are ;-
Multi signed George Band Everest book
Bowmore single malt whisky
Moet Chandon champagne
Cerro Torre expedition postcard signed by the 4 members. Climbers photo montage and a list of who they are! Home made cake of choice
The Last Great Mountain book by Mick Conefrey
Penguins on Everest by David Durkan
Touching the Void h/b book. Joe Simpson
Can you please email me to make your choice and I can tell you what’s gone as they have been chosen. Thank you for all your help in raising £1000 for Community Action Nepal. Doug, Paul and Sir Chris are all amazed and thankful too.
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