Wheelbarrow raffle for Willen Hospice at fun day

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A family fun day with a raffle in aid of Willen Hospice is being held on Saturday.

The fun day is taking place at the Coachmakers Arms in Newport Pagnell and activities will include a bouncy castle, barbecue, face painting, a photo booth and kids character dress ups.

But the highlight of the event will be a wheelbarrow raffle. Nineteen prizes have been donated by local businesses.

Prizes are:

> Drinks hamper and a sweetie hamper from The Coachmakers Arms

> Free outdoor photo shoot and all images on a disc with Stephanie Flint Photography

> A clothing gift voucher from Nicky Groom

> A homemade cake from Alison Flint

> A gift voucher for gel nails at Bespoke Beauty (Sophie Hobbs)

> Twelve cupcakes from Cupcakery

> A gift voucher from Rough Cuts hairdressers

> Two vouchers for a meal for two at East House Restaurant

> A tub of sweets from Simply Sweets

> A gift voucher from Central Barbers

> Four one-hour personal training sessions with Antony Roughley

> Branded memorabilia from Suzuki Milton Keynes

> £30 hair voucher form Tanglez Hair Salon

> A gift voucher from Jo-licious Cakes

> Personal training session with Liam Snusher (Buzsy)

> Clothing from Fight Wear MK

> A fruit and veg box from Market Hill Greengrocers

> A toy from the Toy Shop in Newport Pagnell

> A Sonia Skin Care facial voucher from Claire Vardsley

The raffle draw will take place at 6pm.

Organiser Stephanie Flint said: “Collectively we decided on supporting Willen Hospice as the charity for our family fun day for many reasons.

“Firstly they are a fantastic local charity that help support people that are affected by a life limiting illness within our local community. Secondly Willen Hospice depends on 78 per cent of their annual budget being raised every year so they can provide a free service and lastly but most importantly we all know of somebody that has needed to use this charity and the great support they provide.”