Wheels of fortune

Friday 01 February 2013 Updated: 01/02 09:00

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Buy photos » Fund-raiser Lizzie Brazier launches raffle with Adrian Edwards of Edwards Motors, Kathy Leather of the Bank House Hotel, Jenny Cheshire, from Worcester Racecourse and Richard Tomlinson of Halls Estate Agents. (s)

A HOSPICE’S raffle is giving one lucky person the chance to drive off in a brand new car.

Tickets are already selling like hotcakes for St Richard’s Hospice’s annual raffle which will see someone win a brand new KIA Sportage.

It costs just £1 to enter the raffle which is being supported by Edwards Motors, Kempsey and sponsored by Halls Estate

Agents, Worcester Racecourse and the Bank House Hotel and Golf Club in Bransford.

The raffle will be drawn on March 27 and money raised from it will go to supporting the hospice’s work in caring for thousands of patients with life-threatening illnesses and supporting their carers and families.

People can purchase tickets by visiting the hospice or calling the fund-raising department on 01905 763963.

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