Wednesday 18 September 2019

Café Rene hosts a charity raffle for The James Hopkins Trust

Gloucestershire locals could win a holiday to Dublin for just £1, with Café Rene's exciting raffle offering a host of amazing prizes in a bid to raise money for The James Hopkins Trust.

Local bargain-lovers could win a holiday to Dublin, a bottle of vintage Champagne, camping tickets and more, with Café Rene’s exciting raffle offering the chance to snap up a great prize for a good cause.

Raising money for The James Hopkins Trust, a local charity that provides nursing respite care for life-limited and severely disabled young children, Café Rene has six amazing prizes on offer, with the chance to enter the raffle at

The six prizes include a two-night stay for two people in Dublin, including flights, a hotel and a VIP tour of the Guinness Brewery; dinner, bed and breakfast for two people at Hatton Court Hotel; a bottle of vintage Dom Perignon; two full weekend tickets with camping at Wychwood Festival; 2017 a half-day spa package for two at The Greenway Hotel and Spa, with one treatment each and a two-course lunch; and a tour of the Forest of Dean's Hillside Brewery.

All of the proceeds will be donated to the trust, with your name added to the draw for every £1 you donate, so the more you donate, the higher your chances are of winning.

Café Rene will draw the winners’ names at random on Saturday 17 September 2016, promising to make six locals very happy, as well as everyone who benefits from the hard work of The James Hopkins Trust.

For more information see Cafe Rene, call (01452) 309340 or visit directly.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 24 August 2016

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