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Gamble wins superdraw
3:00pm Saturday 12th October 2013 in News
A GAMBLE has paid off for a lucky Northwich couple.
Terry and Barbara Gamble have won St Luke’s Silver Anniversay Superdraw, which raised more than £40,000 for patient care.
The grand prize was a new ‘63’ plate Fiesta Zetec, supplied by Cliff Dickenson and Son.
Terry, a retired aircraft engineer, said: “We were so shocked to find out we had won. I’m still amazed.
“The car is a perfect fit for us now that I’m retired and I’m delighted to hear the draw has raised so much for St Luke’s.
“We’ve been supporters for a long time and it really is a wonderful local cause.”
As part of the hospice’s calendar of events to commemorate 25 years of providing care to the Mid and South Cheshire community, 25 winners were selected from the annual Superdraw, with Mr and Mrs Gamble winning the top prize.
Claire Langston, St Luke’s promotions manager, said: “The hospice looks after so many people in the community so we’re delighted to be able to offer such a prize to lucky local winners in our special 25th anniversary year.”
Chris Winward, managing director of Cliff Dickenson and Son, said: “Our company has been based in the town since 1927 and many of our customers work at or have been patients at the hospice so it is incredibly important to everyone in the local area.
“It’s my 25th anniversary with the company and St Luke’s 25th year, so what better way to mark the occasion than with a wonderful and successful fundraiser.”
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