Lucky Horseshoe Christmas raffle winners announcement

Thanks to everyone who has entered the Lucky Horseshoe Christmas Raffle. Your kindness will help make life better for working animals around the world. If you’re not one of our lucky winners this time round come back and try again in our Spring Raffle 2020.

Without further delay, here are the winners of the 2019 Christmas Raffle.

£3,000 cash prize

  • Mrs Pauline Pennington – Sheffield

£800 cash prize

  • Mrs Margaret Parry – Liverpool

Super Sellers (£200 cash prize)

  • Miss J Faulkner – Buckingham
  • Mrs S Humphreys – Machynlleth
  • Ms Irene Bentley – Bedlington
  • Mrs Anne Wood – Grimsby
  • Mr John Corbett – Inverurie

£150 cash prizes

  • Mrs Sheila Sampson – Bromley
  • Ms Joanne Evered – Heywood
  • Mr K Crawford – Spean Bridge

£50 cash prizes

  • Mrs R Lyons – Telford
  • Mr David Sargent – Cranbrook
  • Mrs S Andrews – Bournemouth
  • Mrs June Tite – Mayfield
  • Mrs M Morgan – Swansea
  • Mrs C Ruffles – Lewes
  • Mr P Chapman – Falkirk
  • Mrs Diana Moens – Bicester
  • Mrs W Derrick – Hull
  • Miss W Kavanagh – Huddersfield
  • Mrs J Brown – West Linton
  • Mrs Margaret Simmons – Maldon
  • Mrs Wendy Evans – Swansea
  • Mrs Joanna Beattie – Dartmouth
  • Mr G Howe – Hitchin
  • Mrs Linda Jones – Ystrad Meurig
  • Miss Joanna Greenough – Nuneaton
  • Paul Williams – Preston
  • Mrs Z Ahern – Amersham
  • Ms Katy Cleland – Newtown

 

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