Win some Fabulous Prizes and Support Local Charities this Christmas

4 December 2020

We all need some Christmas cheer and joy this festive season, so we are very pleased to announce that we are running a Charity Christmas raffle to raise money for our member chosen charities Bedfordshire Sands and CHUMS. 

We have put together some amazing prizes for you:

• Luxury Christmas Hamper, worth over £100 • Teddy Bear Gift Hamper • Gin & Tonic Gift Hamper • Private group cycle class for 4 with Jason • Bottle of Champagne • Amazeballs Voucher • Bottled Beer Selection • Reformer Pilates Lesson • Bottle of Prosecco • Club Lounge Voucher • £20 voucher for The Legstraps in Wootton.

We have 300 squares available to buy and squares are on sale at Reception now; £5 each or 5 for £20.  Please do remember we are cashless at Reception now.

We will draw the raffle in the Club Lounge on 18th December and winners will be contacted by phone shortly afterwards.

A big thank you to: instructors Jason Martindale and Emma Banks, our beer supplier Marston’s, Katy for her Amazeballs, the team at The Legstraps, Wootton, and Matt and Ann Towers for donating all prizes so that all of the money raised goes directly to the charities.

It’s been a tough year for many charities, and as many members will know we normally hold our Charity Summer Ball in June, which we were unable to do this year, so we really welcome this opportunity to raise money for two very worthwhile charities.  We thank you for your support and good luck!

In case you aren’t familiar with the work of the two charities, here’s a little bit about both of them:

CHUMS (Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People)  provides therapeutic support in a variety of ways for families in Bedfordshire. Supporting young children and young people is at the heart of everything they do, with services also looking to support the family as a whole wherever possible –

Bedfordshire SANDS works to support anyone affected by the death of a baby; improve the care bereaved parents receive; and create a world where fewer babies die –