Tickets were sold at recent Gloucester Rugby home games with Gillman's Appliance Specialists having generously provided a number of fantastic prizes with funds raised going towards the Help for Heroes campaign.
The raffle was in memory of Martin Bromage who tragically lost his life earlier this year during a charity event for Help for Heroes.
Martin was a good friend of Adrian Gillman and Adrian decided to hold the raffle to help raise awareness for Help for Heroes and to continue Martin's enthusiasm for the charity.
Also present was Lieutenant Will Dixon of 3rd Battalion The Rifles, who was representing Help for Heroes.
The winners were as follows:
1st prize: a Zanussi fridge freezer worth £1600 was won by Gill Maton of Kemerton.
2nd prize: a Range Cooker worth £999 was won by Paul Stenner from Lydney.
3rd prize: a Sharp LCD worth £499 was won by Phil Gee from Abbeymead.
4th prize: a Bosch cylinder vacuum worth £179 was won by Mandy Smith from Abbeymead.
The total amount raised was £2374. Thank you to everyone who supported the event.
|The prize winners and members of the Gillman family with Dave Attwood, Alex Brown and Will James|
|(c) Gloucester Rugby|