Fantastic prizes worth more than £5,000 will go to one lucky raffle winner who will be announced at The Game Fair this year, taking place from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 July at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire.
Aiming to raise £20,000 for The Game Fair’s official charity for 2021, The Country Food Trust; tickets are £10 each with 2,000 available generously hosted by Tweedl.
The Country Food Trust produce game based ready meals which they distribute to charities that hand out food to people in need. They also buy meats of all types and provide them to charities that cook for people in need. From inception they have supplied more than 2,000,000 meals.
Thanks to generous donations from 30 exhibiting companies at this year’s event, The Game Fair has created an amazing collection of prizes any Fieldsports enthusiast would be thrilled to bag. The prize includes a pre-season one-to-one 1-hour shooting lesson with E. J. Churchill’s Head Coach Sean Bramley, deerstalking with Tom Cosby from Oldsport Outfitters and a simulated shoot day on the wonderful Wrackleford Estate.
To enter and be in with a chance to win all of this and more, all you need to do is to purchase a £10 raffle ticket (25 max per customer) at: https://tweedl.com/product/the-game-fair-giveaway-in-aid-of-the-country-food-trust.
The deadline for entries is 12:00pm on Saturday 24 July 2021. The winner will be drawn live by GunsOnPegs Managing Director and Trustee at the Country Food Trust Chris Horne on the Tweedl platform and announced on The Game Fair social media on the morning of Sunday 25th July 2021.
The Country Food Trust’s Chief Executive Tim Woodward said: “Once again, the fantastic team at The Game Fair have come up with another fundraising initiative to raise money for The Country Food Trust so that we can feed more people in need.
The Game Fair Giveaway is not only a wonderful prize for one lucky winner, but every £1 raised will provide a meal for someone in need. We feel incredibly lucky to be the official charity of The Game Fair and could not have asked for more generous supporters, thank you to all who have helped to make this happen, both exhibitors and The Game Fair team.
James Gower, The Game Fair’s managing director added: “The work The Country Food Trust does is incredibly important, and we are thrilled to be able to create an opportunity to raise money so they can support even more people in need across the country. With game at the heart of their meals, this feels like the perfect partnership and one we’re very proud to be a part of.”
For more information, please visit: www.thegamefair.org/the-game-fair-giveaway