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FMA UK GRAND RAFFLE. Tickets are now on sale for the 2014 raffle.
Tickets are 50p each in books of ten (£5.00). Anyone who would like to purchase some tickets, or who is able to sell them amongst family and friends please get in touch with Hazel at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

30% of the money raised goes towards our own group funds, therefore the more we sell the more funds we can raise. 

The raffle is being drawn at the Paisley group meeting on 21st July 2014.

Full details and online purchase of tickets can be found HERE.   Should you buy tickets online, please email Hazel at the above address with your ticket numbers, to enable your purchase to be logged against the group.

 

 

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