Charity cheque presented to Air Ambulance

Presenting the cheque
Presenting the cheque

The Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance collected a cheque for £3,000 at a Lions Club of Chichester raffle.

Representative Mark Bake collected the cheque, which will support the independent charitable healthcare provider working with the Ambulance Service.

Mark Brown from Worcester Park, Surrey, had the winning number for the LIons Club of Chichester raffle for a flight in a Spitfire.

On Saturday, October 22, at the Annual Model Railway Exhibition organised by the Chichester Lions Club, the mayor of Chichester drew the winning number in our lottery - number 42. Mr Brown was over the moon with his prize of a voucher from Boultbee Academy for a flight.

Lion President Richard Cowell and Lion Brian Cotton ensured the draw was done fairly and presented the cheque at the annual model railway exhbition.

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