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Free Wills Month this March 2020


Cardiff People’s Postcode Lottery players win £120K


It’s that time of year again when Tenovus are offering you the chance to make or update your Will for FREE! Tenovus Cancer Care have funded vital research for over 50 years, finding new ways to diagnose, better ways to treat and to make life easier for people living with cancer. But with one in two people being diagnosed with cancer, our work needs to continue. Leaving just 1% to Tenovus Cancer Care can help us bring the hope of a cancer-free future a little closer. Tenovus Free Wills Month means anyone 50 or over can make or update their Will with a local solicitor- for free! Tere’s no obligation to leave Tenovus Cancer Care a giſt in your Will, but so many people choose to support them in this way. 25 years ago, less than a third of people in Wales with cancer survived. Today, thanks to research over half will go on living. Demand for this fantastic scheme was extremely high last year and we’d hate you to miss out. Appointments will be limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Call now on 029 2076 8335 for more information.


Four Cardiff residents have scooped a share of a massive £120k cash prize this weekend, thanks to playing People’s Postcode Lottery. Each of the Caegwyn Road players won £30k each aſter CF14 1TB was announced as a winner with People’s Postcode Lottery on Saturday 22nd February 2020. Justine Chappell, who works in HR, was one of the winners who received her golden envelope this weekend. She said: “I’m still in complete and utter shock! I’ve been playing for more than ten years but didn’t expect


to win


£30,000! I started playing because I already supported a lot of local charities but wanted a way to cover a lot of both local and national causes, in one simple go. “It’s obviously lovely to think you might win too, so when People’s Postcode Lottery turned up on my street, I was thrilled! My husband Neil and I bought a bungalow a few years ago that needs a lot of work. Now we’ll be able to put some money into our retirement pot and take some savings out to get the house finished. “I’m going to continue playing and since I’ve gone back to my office,


Imagine a future without cancer


Now wouldn’t that be something? We’ve funded vital research for over 50 years, finding new ways to diagnose it, better ways to treat it, and making life easier for people living with cancer today. But with one in two people being diagnosed with cancer, our work needs to go on.


Just 1% can help us bring the hope of a cancer-free future a little closer.


During our Free Wills Month this March, anyone 50 or over can make or update their Will with a local solicitor- for free! There’s no obligation to leave Tenovus Cancer Care a gift in your Will, but we are thrilled that so many people choose to support us in this way.


25 years ago, less than a third of people in Wales with cancer survived. Today, thanks to research over half will go on living, people like Angela…


“I think lots of people find talking about wills uncomfortable because it’s like facing the reality that you are going to die. I was diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ in 2007, and the will was put to one side because it was something that we just couldn’t face doing at the time. Thankfully I’ve recovered since then, and our family has grown. We heard about Tenovus Cancer Care’s Free Wills service and it made sense for us to use it. It’s a really easy way for us to give something back for everything we’ve received from the charity”.


Visit tenovuscancercare.org.uk or call 029 2076 8850


Fundraising for Tenovus Cancer Care. Reg Charity No. 1054015 www.cardiffandsouthwalesadvertiser.com Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser - Friday 6th March 2020 - 15


have encouraged a lot of my team to start playing too. It’s just great knowing I’m helping charities and winning myself at the same time!” A minimum of 32% of ticket sales goes


directly to charities


and players of People’s Postcode Lottery have helped raise more than £500 million to date for good causes across Great Britain and internationally. Local charities also benefit from player’s support. Merthyr Tydfil Institute for the Blind recently


received £19,933 of funding to support its Reach Up project. Te initiative is designed to encourage people with learning disabilities and autism


employment by taking part


into sustainable in


sessions focused on increasing social interaction, confidence and resilience. Te draw was promoted on behalf of PDSA, the UK’s leading veterinary charity that offers free services to the sick and injured pets of people in need.


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