IT'S A LOVE-LY DAY: Smiles as Valentine's Day raffle winners get their champagne and love hearts

  Posted: 14.02.21 at 13:47 by Lottery Correspondent

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These are the happy faces of the Get Lucky Local Valentines Raffle winners, who each won a bottle of champagne and two packets of Love Hearts sweets to celebrate the big day.

Each of our winners were overjoyed to receive their special raffle prizes delivered to the doorsteps of their homes all over the Richmond Borough, including Hampton, Teddington and community lottery players in Hounslow, Feltham and West Molesey, who support local good causes.

Representatives of the not-for-profit lottery were welcomed by all the winners, who support various causes including Steve Fidler, who nominated Hampton Hill Cricket Club, Joshua McCormick, who supports the NPL Sports Club, Peter Denton, who is a supporter of the Landmark Arts Centre, Brendan Cahill who backs Hampton and Richmond Borough FC, Kirsty Wheeler supports Friends of Murray Park, Zoe Harvey-Lee who supports Hampton Hill Theatre, Rachel Tawadrous who nominated Crossroads Care and Sharon Brewer, who supports the Ruils charity and Rob Allen who plays for the Get Lucky Local Community Fund.

Zoe Harvey-Lee said: “I’m really delighted to win. Anything we can do to help charities and community projects which are struggling because of the pandemic is a no-brainer. Let’s all help as much as we can.”

Rob Allen said: “What a great surprise to have a bottle of champagne turn up on our doorstep during these tough times! The lottery is a really easy way to support our community and try to make a difference when fund-raising is so difficult.”

In this week’s draw three winners won a £25 cash prize each. Two supported the Skylarks charity and the other had nominated Teddington Cricket Club as their chosen good cause. Seventeen players won three free tickets for next week’s big draw. The weekly community lottery is now raising over £30.000 for 54 good causes in the Richmond Borough.

If you are a good cause in Richmond borough you can sign up by visiting or even if you want to show your support for a local charity or group which is close to your heart and close to your home visit the website and buy a ticket today.

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