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Charities’ News Feeling Lucky?


Would you like the opportunity to win £25,000 and at the same time, help to save lives? For just £1 per week, you can enter the East Anglian Air Ambulance Lottery and have the chance of winning one of 18 cash prizes available in each weekly draw, from £50 to £1,000. In addition, you will automatically be entered for our accumulator prize which increases by £500 until it is won, up to a whopping £25,000! Playing could not be simpler. You can buy membership online or download a form on our website, www.eaaa.org.uk or just give us a call on (01603) 489400. Players must be aged 16 or over.


Supporting the East Anglian Air Ambulance Lottery is one of the easiest and most sustainable ways to keep us flying and saving lives. The lottery support helps to save the lives of people in your area. The lottery contributes 38% of the Charity's income and, as the charity receives no government funding, this is a vital part of keeping the East Anglian Air Ambulance flying.


Martine Silkstone East Anglian Air Ambulance Have a Fun Day Out with Your Dog


On Sunday 8th September, as part of the Food, Farming and Countryside Day at Milton Country Park, there will be a fun dog show in aid of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. There will be twelve classes with certificates and rosettes for 1st to 3rd in each class,. The winner of each class will receive some dog food and there will be some lucky entrant number prizes. Best in Show will also receive a rather special prize. We will be taking entries from 11.00am and classes start at 12 noon. Veterinary surgeons from Village Vet will be judging, Trophy Pet Foods will be there with their dog food, toys and accessories and Hearing Dogs will be selling merchandise, running a tombola and a book stall and we will have lots of information about the charity.


If you need any further information please contact me via email at jennifer.parker5@btopenworld.com or by telephone (evenings preferred) on (01223) 833562.


Jenny Parker


Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Cambridge Branch Co-ordinator 51


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