Congratulations to Roy Taylor, our 2021 Dumfriesshire Fantastic Four Raffle winner. A big thank you to everyone that entered.
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Win a unique day shooting across four outstanding drives for 8 guns
GWCT Scotland has arranged another fantastic raffle to win a magnificent day’s shooting for eight guns.
The winner will enjoy four drives across the beautiful countryside of Dumfriesshire on a date to be mutually agreed for the 2021-22 season with an expected bag of around 150 to 200 birds to an eight gun line.
The prize includes overnight accommodation, dinner, drinks and breakfast for eight guns in the magnificent Raehills House, home of the Annandale family. You will then head from there in the morning and shoot four drives on the following estates:
- Newlands - Generously donated by Roxtons Field Sports
- Dalswinton - Generously donated by Roxtons Field Sports
- Drumlanrig & Queensberry Estates - Generously donated by the Buccleuch family
Tickets are £100 each and are limited to 350 tickets. Buyers from outside the UK can enter. Under Gambling Commission rules we can only accept payment by Debit card.
Draw closes 31st March 2021. If GWCT has to cancel the day due to government restrictions, the winner will be offered the prize on a similar date during the 2022/23 season. The draw is in aid of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Kindly sponsored by
Promoter: Teresa Dent, Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6 1EF. Registered Charity No: 112023. Registered with the Gambling Commission. www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk Please make cheques payable to Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. No one under 16 years of age may purchase or sell lottery tickets. Draw will take place on 31 March 2021. Closing date for tickets 31 March 2021. Winner will be notified by post and result published on the website and Gamewise magazine. No correspondence will be entered into. No cash alternative to prize awarded.
In the event that an avian flu outbreak (or any other notable disease where movement restrictions are in place) becomes critical we very much hope that a suitable arrangement can be made between donor and bidder to defer the lot, and as a last resort the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust will consider a form of reimbursement to the successful bidder. It is hoped, however, that this can be avoided as the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust is very reliant on donations and the income generated from events.