tombola


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a lottery in which tickets are drawn from a revolving drum

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There are four states of transparency, and in its darkest state when viewed externally the east elevation will dramatically reflect the new landscaped campus and existing Grade II listed Rose Line building, tombola's current office."
There will be games and stalls, a tombolas, raffles, a cake shop, a second hand book shop, garden plants, bric-a-brac, a piety stall and teas on the patio.
Part of the 2020 strategy is the new tombola campus currently being constructed here in Sunderland next door to the current head offices.
Work on the PS18m Beacon began in October and Tombola's donation will be used towards the capital cost of the building.
FUN FOR ALL: Ali Jones is pictured with supporters, friends and family at the tombola stall fundraising event for Ruddi''s Retreat at Laund Hill (PW150412Aruddi-01) Purchase: www.examiner.co.uk/buyaphoto 01484
Teddy bears are also wanted for a teddy bear tombola on the day.
The pair have been selected by North East online gaming firm Tombola.co.uk for a sponsorship segment that will be played during hit soap Emmerdale.
The event which features hot food, stalls, refreshments, games and a tombola will be held on Saturday April 29 at the church on the corner of Coventry Road and Broadyates Road and admission is 30p.
WORK is underway on creating a new PS6m HQ for online gaming giant tombola on the banks of the River Wear.
A JOINT effort to raise funds for the Nortonbased autism charity Daisy Chain is appealing for donations of suitable tombola prizes.
And there was a traditional gala raffle and tombola.
AT FIVE PENCE a ticket with a one-in-five chance of winning a handful of popcorn, the tombola run by Rajdeep Hayer, ten, and nine-year-olds Liam Burton and Daniel Mears was the most popular stall at their school's charity market place.
Bonmarche on High Street West, Wallsend, is collecting novelty socks and shower gel sets as prizes for a charity tombola.
Local firms and patients donated prizes for a popular tombola, and a second hand book sale swelled the coffers.
Tombola's new 25,000sqft building will be adjacent to its current headquarters, the Rose Line Building at Wylam Wharf in Sunderland.