Rotary Club of Longridge and North Preston raising funds for Motor Neurone Disease with iPad raffle

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The Rotary Club of Longridge and North Preston have taken the decision to not hold their annual Christmas Tree Charity fundraiser this year due to the pandemic.





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As an alternative, they are holding a charity draw for a chance to win an iPad Air, with proceeds in aid of Motor Neurone Disease (care of the Len Johnrose Trust).

Tickets are £5 each and the winning entry will be drawn by Alex Neil, Preston North End manager.

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Their hope is that the iPad Air will help families stay in touch over the festive period.

MND are thrilled to be the recipients of the fundraiser, as fundraising has really taken a hit during 2020.

Entries close Tuesday, 8 December at midnight and the draw will take place on 10 December.

For more details and to get tickets, click here.

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