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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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"We had stalls on the environment and lots of tombolas and raffles and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves."
The Normanby hospice has taken to social media to make an appeal for tombola prizes.
There will be a wide range of stalls, which include, gifts and toiletries, tombola, cakes, hot food and refreshments.
The fayre fun starts at noon and includes home baking, soft goods and tombola stalls and games.
There was also facepainting, charity bingo and a tombola and raffle.
Les autres gagnants ont aussi eu de super cadeaux, a savoir des bons d'achats, des produits des partenaires de la tombola comme des telephones mobiles, des ordinateurs, dee appareils electromenagers.
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
At Northern Rock branches staff raised more than pounds 600 by participating in fancy dress and tombolas.
We are always taken aback by the incredible generosity of the people, schools and businesses of Coventry and Warwickshire who help to make our Easter tombola such a success.
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.
From spending 13 hours a week bag collecting in the Iceland store, on Shields Road, Byker, Newcastle, to holding raffles and tombolas at Wallsend Forum, in Wallsend, Gala Bingo, in Byker, and Heaton Bingo, in Heaton, Mr Coulthard, of Walkergate, has kept the vital funds coming in.
We are having tombolas of fun at Teesside Park and the Cleveland Centre, Middlesbrough, so please come along and join in the excitement.