Each year the Trust holds a Charity Prize Draw Raffle which is drawn in December, – All proceeds support our work of – ‘Conserving the Barn Owl and its Environment’.
Tickets for 2017 are now available at £5 for a book of five tickets. Support our work. Make a donation for yours (please tell us it’s for the Draw) and have a chance to win:
1st Prize – An Owl Experience – an unique day out with the Barn Owl Trust’s Conservation Team in the summer of 2018 to see wild Barn Owls during our annual monitoring visits. The prize is for two people and includes a delicious lunch. Read about a previous winners day out below.
2017 Draw prizes so far are:
- 1st Prize – A 2018 Owl Experience
- A weekend luxury Glamping in a Quarry Pod http://www.quarrypods.co.uk/
- Barn Owl Adoption
- 2 x Yeo Valley Cookery Books
- Signed Print of Barn Owl by Jan Taylor
- Framed picture of a Little Owl
- A Pippins Soft toy giraffe
- Barn Owl Trust Calendars
Other prizes are currently being sourced.
If you would like to donate a prize please for a future draw please contact the Trust. Thank you!
Please Note: We are aware of a printing error on the tickets – the Draw will be made on Thursday 7th December 2017.
First prize-winner of our 2013 Grand Draw Margaret Davies, a long-time supporter of the Trust, came along to collect her prize on 3rd July 2014. She brought her friend, Pamela Cure, to share her ‘Day with the Conservation Team’.
Margaret said: “I have never won a prize on a raffle before so I was over the moon when I found out I had won. I love all animals and birds, and Pamela and I support a few animal charities. To see the work that the Barn Owl Trust does was truly wonderful. We didn’t know what to expect and certainly didn’t realise how far we would go (up to North Devon)! We visited two monitoring sites with David and Jo and enjoyed a lovely lunch at the Church Inn in West Down in the middle of them. The first site we unfortunately couldn’t get across to (walking through the maize crop) but the second site we drove right up to and we were lucky enough to find a brood of four owlets and the female. We got to hold the owlets while David ringed them. To hold a Barn Owl chick was something I never envisaged I would ever do. We enjoyed everything and had a grand day from beginning to end. Everyone was so lovely that we met; A marvellous, marvellous day”.
Pamela added: “I’m so glad she took me!”
“A grand day out…buy lots of draw tickets this year and you may also be able to enjoy an excellent first prize!”
Don’t forget to buy your tickets this year for a chance to win one of our great prizes, including your very own ‘Day with the Conservation Team’.