Winning ticket number announced for Christmas lights trolley dash

PUBLISHED: 15:19 15 October 2014

The winner of the Honiton Christmas Lights Appeal trolley dash was announced at a raffle draw held at the Co-operative in Lace Walk. Shopper Mary Horder selected the winning ticket with the help of town crier Dave Retter. Also pictured is Co-operative store manager Mick Alphonse, Go Festive chairman David Foster, and Co-operative staff member Connor Williams.

The winner of the Honiton Christmas Lights Appeal trolley dash was announced at a raffle draw held at the Co-operative in Lace Walk. Shopper Mary Horder selected the winning ticket with the help of town crier Dave Retter. Also pictured is Co-operative store manager Mick Alphonse, Go Festive chairman David Foster, and Co-operative staff member Connor Williams.

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A lucky winner has received an early Christmas gift - a trolley dash worth £200.

The winning ticket, number 24, for the Honiton Christmas Lights Appeal trolley dash was drawn at the Co-operative store in Lace Walk last Saturday.

Shopper Mary Horder did the honours - drawing the lucky ticket number with town crier Dave Retter, who gave a special cry prior to the draw.

Go Festive – Honiton’s Christmas lights committee, has teamed up with the Co-operative in Honiton to hold the trolley dash event, which will take place on Saturday (October 18), in a bid to boost funds for a festive lights display in the town.

Anyone interested in helping with fundraising or making a donation towards the festive lights display is urged to call David Foster on 01404 45106 or email davidofhoniton@yahoo.co.uk


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