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tombola

Brit a type of lottery, esp at a fête, in which tickets are drawn from a revolving drum
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Senior architect and design lead from Ryder Architecture, Paul Milner, said: "Our brief from tombola for their new high-tech HQ was to provide the best possible working environment for employees and to maximise the stunning views to the River Wear and port beyond.
All the 60-plus items on the tombola were donated by shopkeepers and businesses in Holmfirth, club members and a large box from the Forget Me Not charity shop on Huddersfield Road.
The unwanted teddies are needed for a Teddy Tombola.
There will be raffles, tombolas and stalls, as well as refreshments and an appearance from Santa himself.
Judith Loo and son Joshua try their luck on the tombola. Picture: Paul Thomas Photosales No.: PT280407CHURCH-1
I was part of the team that delivered tombola arcade.
We are having tombolas of fun at Teesside Park and the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough, so please come along and join in the excitement.
Tanveer Ahmed, who ran the tombola with his daughter Iqra Ahmed, said: "It was good fun, everybody enjoyed themselves.
Organiser Sarah Swales said: "We've got a couple of hundred Easter eggs to give away in the chocolate tombola so that should go down well."
The tombola prizes agreement was set up as part of Rotary International's Partnering With Other Organisations programme.
There was a raffle, tombola and people were given the opportunity to have their finger prints taken.
Online gaming firm Tombola made the donation towards the building of the Beacon of Light, which is due to open next year and will include education and training facilities with an indoor football pitch above.