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Win a luxury Easter hamper and help County Property support great local causes this Easter

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Thu 12 Mar 2015

Win a luxury Easter hamper and help County Property support great local causes this Easter

County Property is getting into the Easter spirit with two special initiatives for two worthy local causes.

The property specialist is supporting Eagle Radio’s Easter Egg Appeal by being a drop off point for Easter eggs. The firm is also running a special Easter raffle in aid of its charity partner Together for Short Lives.

County Property’s senior manager, Louise Magnus, says: “We are delighted to be supporting Eagle Radio’s Easter Egg Appeal which helps give local, less fortunate children a happier Easter and benefits over fifty charities and organisations, and thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire.

“We also have a fantastic Easter hamper to be won in a raffle we are holding in aid of our charity partner Together for Short Lives, which is the leading UK charity for all children with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions and all those who support, love and care for them. They support families, professionals and services, including children’s hospices.

“The money we raise for Together for Short Lives will go to support our local children’s hospice, Shooting Star Chase, as well as the work that Together for Short Lives does supporting families and hospice professionals across the country.

“To support Eagle Radio’s Easter Egg Appeal simply buy a chocolate egg and drop it off to us at Surrey House, 46 Commercial Way, Woking, Surrey GU21 6HW.

“While you are here you can buy raffle tickets for £1 for a chance to win our fantastic Easter hamper which is packed with treats for all the family, including Prosecco , biscuits, an assortment of Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies.”

Eggs can be dropped off from now until 5pm on Monday 30th March. The raffle will be drawn on Thursday, 2nd April.