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Ellephantastic Draw in aid of Action for M.E.

 ***This post will remain at the top till 3rd July***

Ellephantastic Draw in aid of Action for M.E.

Draw date: 3rd July 2010
Deadline to return/buy tickets: 3rd July 2010 2pm 
(Any tickets which do NOT make the draw will be treated as a donation to Action for M.E.) 

1st Prize: Red England T-shirt signed by Ian Wright
2nd Prize: White England T-shirt signed by Ian Wright
3rd Prize: Justin Lee Collins book "Good Times" signed by Justin Lee Collins

Plus other prizes including T-shirts (2) signed by The Gadget Show presenters & a set of signed pictures from The Gadget Show presenters
(All prizes have been donated by Channel Five)

Tickets cost just £1.00 each  

How to buy tickets:
Cash - Directly from me or friends/family selling tickets
You will be given your tickets straight away 
Cheque -  Made payable to 
Mrs H M Laurence & post to 24 Stuart Road, Acomb, York, YO24 3AU
Please state how you would like to receive your tickets - e.g post or email 
(please provide appropriate information with your cheque)
Tickets will be forwarded to you by post/email once cheque has cleared

Paypal - To send by paypal please do the following (so no fees are taken!!)
 Sign into your paypal account, 
click the send money tab at the top, 
type my email address ellephantasticshop@googlemail.com,
enter the amount to be paid e.g £1.00 for 1 ticket or £5.00 for 5 tickets etc
click on the personal tab,
either leave as gift or click other, 
click continue,
Please put your name, address, email address & telephone number in message box
click send money
 Your ticket/s will be sent to you by email for you to save &/or print

or 


(Tickets are books of 5) 
 

If you would like to sell tickets for me or you have any questions etc please contact me

All tickets to be returned to Mrs H M Laurence by 3rd July 2010
Cheques & address details as above
No tickets to be sold to persons under 16 years of age

Action for M.E. 
PO Box 2778, Bristol, BS1 9DJ
www.afme.org.uk
0845 123 2380
Registered Charity number 1036419
Scottish reg number SCO40452
Company no. 2906840 Limited by guarantee

Promoter: Nicola Fickling c/o Action for M.E. PO Box 2778, Bristol, BS1 9DJ
Registered under the Gambling Act 2005 with Bristol City Council
Permit no. 08/06524/GALOT 

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