A CAR worth more than £11,000 is the star prize in Salisbury District Hospital Stars Appeal Christmas raffle.

The Kia Picanto has been supplied by FJ Chalke of Mere.

Second prize is £1,000, third prize £500 and there are many more cash prizes too.

Supporting projects

Money raised by the raffle will help towards the £1million that the Stars Appeal aims to raise this year to fund projects at the hospital to help thousands of patients and the NHS staff who care for them.

Projects the charity is currently fundraising for include free Wi-Fi, accommodation for the parents’ of poorly babies and children, support for staff, programmes of entertainment and support for older people in hospital, state-of-the-art equipment and funding a counsellor and morale boosting treats for staff.

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George Chalke, Dealer Principal of FJ Chalke, said: “Having seen first-hand how local people benefit from projects funded by the Stars Appeal, like the breast unit, new scanners and parents accommodation for poorly children and babies, we are delighted to continue our support for this amazing charity.”

Consultant ophthalmologist and Stars Appeal ambassador Dr Karinya Lewis said: “The Christmas raffle is a brilliant opportunity to support the Stars Appeal – Salisbury Hospital’s Charity, with the chance of driving away in a brand new car! The money raised will help make a difference for our patients and staff,"

"Thank you for your support and wishing you a very happy Christmas," adds Dr Lewis.

How to get tickets

Tickets are just £1 each and available on the Stars Appeal website and from ticket sellers in the hospital’s main entrance.

Ticket stubs must be returned to the Stars Appeal by January 10 to be included in the draw which takes place on January13, 2022.


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