Moneyslane FC are holding a massive Grand Christmas Prize Draw on Saturday December 21 and with over £10,000 worth of prizes the draw causing quite a stir.
Tickets are now on sale from any of the club members and many outlets around the local area.
The launch was on Saturday past and many of the sponsors were on hand to see the facilities at Jubilee Park.
Special guests included the former Banbridge District council Chairman, Junior McCrum who kindly donated a voucher towards the numerous draw prizes.
First prize is an unbelievable £2,000 voucher to spend at Thompson Travel and Sharon from the company was on hand on Saturday to pose beside the helicopter that landed on Jubilee Park. One of the prizes will be a flight over the Mournes.
Second prize is a superb week at Castle Archdale for a week of relaxation where you can tour the Fermanagh Lakes and explore the quaint surroundings.
Third prize is a trip to Holland to watch Cambuur play PSV Eindhoven who are currently sitting second in the Dutch First Division.
A full list of prizes up for grabs and ticket selling outlets is on our website.
The phased development at Jubilee Park over the last three years has been a tremendous success and the Moneyslane Family, sponsors and others have risen brilliantly to the funding challenge.
The Projects Fund, to date, has received well over £400,000 from grants and funding, fundraising, social events and donations and nearly all of this has already been spent on Jubilee Park.
A club spokesperson said, “Whilst we will of course continue to maintain Jubilee Park to the highest standards expected more funds are needed to extend the facilities to bigger and better things and Club aim to make £40,000 to go towards the new development funding out of the Christmas Draw.
“The prizes are extremely attractive and we as the local family club are humbled and grateful for the tireless efforts of David Macauley and others to secure such jaw dropping prizes. It’s not just the value and quality that makes the difference in the draw though – it’s the quantity too and the chance for not just simply one but over 30 lucky ticket holders to be successful.
Tickets are £10 each and the prizes for the fund raising event include:
First Prize- £2000 holiday voucher - Thompsons International Travel - Portadown
Second Prize - one week stay in Castle Archdale Caravan Park - Fermanagh
Third Prize Corporate Everton v Norwich City tickets-Whitakers Estate Agents-Hull
SC Cambuur v PSV Eindhoven tickets - Friks.NL
Ibrox tickets and trip
Helicopter trip over Mournes
Newcastle United tickets for St. James Park - Capital Properties - Gateshead
Half price house insurance - KG Byrne and Associates - Banbridge
Dinner for four in Stormont - John McCallister - NI21
Thompson Tyres Banbridge - voucher
Meal for two in Sinton’s At The Bridge - South Down Feeds - Rathfriland
John Deere ride on tractor - Kingmills Farm Supplies - Whitecross
Carriage ride - LM Carriage Driving- Mervyn and Liz Ward - Closkelt
Tickets to Royal Opera House London
Tickets to Nathan Carter
Home food composter selection of garden wildlife habitats - The Worm Works - Dromara
Family tickets to Iveagh Movie Studios - Banbridge
Family ticket to Tayto Park - Co. Meath
One night stay for two people in Hilton Hotel Templepatrick - DN Tyres - Rathfriland
Belmont Hotel voucher - Junior McCrum, DUP
Lunney’s Electrical - Banbridge
SD Kells - Banbridge
Harry’s Bar Voucher - Banbridge
Scruples Hair & Beauty - Banbridge
Fane Valley Stores - Banbridge
Meal for Two Belmont Hotel Voucher - Banbridge
Kenny McKinstry Rallying - Banbridge
Downshire Hotel Voucher - Banbridge
Kliperz Hairdressers - Banbridge
The Club would like to thank all the sponsors who have kindly donated the above prizes for the draw and thank them for their generous support.
Tickets are on sale now from outlets including Grahams Ice Cream Shop, Rathfriland; Turley’s Bar, Dechomet; Adrian Johnston, Closkelt; Anglers Rest, Corbet; Just Gents, Banbridge; DN Tyres, Rathfriland; Thompson Travel International, Portadown; Kilkeel Golf Club; McCullough’s Butchers, Rathfriland.