WARWICK Lions Club is holding their annual charity Easter egg raffle after it was postponed due to the pandemic.
The raffle is supported by pubs and other businesses who will each be offering a prize of a Belgium Chocolate egg in a basket worth over £20.
Tickets are £1 and the draw will take place over the first weekend in August.
A spokesperson said: “The ethos of Warwick Lions and the aim of the raffle is to raise funds to assist local people in need. This has taken on a far stronger emphasis this year with the forthcoming winding up of the furlough scheme and the possible cancellation of several large fund-raising events due to social distancing meaning there are likely to be more people in hardship and less funds with which to support them.
“Please help now by buying a ticket from one of our partners which will
hopefully give a boost to the local economy while at the same time helping
those in need.”
Raffle tickets will be available from Chez Rama in Clemens Street, The Green Man in Tachbrook Street, The Greyhound in Kennedy Square, Murphy’s Bar in Regent Street, The Newbold Comyn Arms in Newbold Terrace, The New Inn in Leam Terrace, The Pig & Fiddle in High Street, The Windmill in Tachbrook Road, and The Woodland Tavern in Regent Street.