This draw is now closed - the lucky winners are:
1st James Fenwick – a day’s partridge shooting for 8 guns in Upper Wensleydale
2nd James Craig – a day’s pheasant shooting for 1 gun in Upper Wensleydale
3rd James Ainscough – a day’s pheasant shooting for 1 gun at Dallowgill, North Yorkshire
4th David Ruck Keene – a case of wine (12 bottles) donated by Corney & Barrow
5th David Woodd – a rib of beef donated by Farmison & Co
Expected a 200-bird day in Upper Wensleydale with lunch and tea provided, Saturday 1 September 2018. The prize includes two magnums of champagne donated by Pol Roger. There are only 250 tickets available, priced at £200 each.
Four fantastic runner up prizes also available
- 2nd: A single gun on a day’s pheasant shooting in North Yorkshire
- 3rd: A single gun on a day’s pheasant shooting in North Yorkshire
- 4th: A case of 12 bottles of Grand Cru red Burgundy, Latricieres-Chambertin 2003, by Domaine Rossignol-Trapet, kindly donated by Corney & Barrow
- 5th: A rib of beef donated by Farmison & Co.
The draw will take place on Thursday 24 May 2018.
The draw is strictly limited to 250 tickets and is in aid of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.
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 24 May 2018. Closing date for tickets 24 May 2018. 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.