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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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9m which is also a result of the introduction of Tombola Arcade.
They are also grateful to sponsors Mark and Yvonne Watret, Harkness Plumbing & Heating Ltd, Sophie Dodd, Jim and Catherine McSeveney and John Gailhaugh along with all the parents and helpers who donated their time, tombola prizes and baking.
The volunteers, looking smart in their dark green crested tops and hats, set up a tombola in which residents could buy 10 tickets for PS1.
Guests at St Mary's Hall in Whifflet will be treated to a winter wonderland with a Santa's grotto, tombola, Wheel of Fortune and cake and candy among the treats on offer.
There was a luxury raffle, which included a prize of dinner and a stay in a B&B in Scarborough, a small tombola and a golden jigsaw competition.
If you can help raise funds for the hospice you can organise your own cake sale, tombola, raffle, coffee morning or any other ideas you may have please let me know, ring me Bear on 01642 457985.
We will be having our lovely stalls that attend to sell their fresh produce and crafts, along with our raffle, tombola and not forgetting our lovely warm cafe serving lots of tasty treats
We had an overwhelming amount of donations which we put towards raffle prizes and tombola and would like to thank everyone that came and donated.
Stalls include Tombola, cakes, books, bric-a-brac, crafts, jewellery, refreshments.
The tombola, valued at PS5000, was never drawn following the blast which left five dead.
Le quotidien El Moudjahid a abrite, lundi en soiree, une ceremonie a l'occasion de la remise des prix aux laureats de la tombola organisee lors de l'exposition du cinquantenaire [beaucoup moins que]Memoire et realisations[beaucoup plus grand que].
Tombola, a UK bingo website and company, has announced its plans for Au1 million investment, to refurbish its Sunderland office.