Win Painter’s Keep for £2

Enter now to win ‘Painter’s Keep’ in West Sussex, for just £2! Supporting St Barnabas House & Chestnut Tree House

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Following the Government announcement yesterday that the country would go into lockdown on Thursday 5th November we have extended the closing date to 30th November. This is due to uncertainty concerning our ability to conduct a compliant and transparent draw during the lockdown period and to enable us to plan a contingency in the event that restrictions still apply when lockdown is scheduled to end on Wednesday 2nd December. Please see our terms and conditions.

PAINTER’S KEEP, WEST SUSSEX

PREMIUM AND
PRIME LOCATION

After 20 years in his wonderful home Peter Pearce is offering his stunning four-bedroom house on the exclusive Kingston Gorse estate on the West Sussex coast in a prize draw bid to raise a minimum of £150,000 to support the vital work of St Barnabas House hospice and Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.

Peter sadly lost his own father to cancer 12 years ago and St Barnabas cared for him in his final days.  He is now offering the chance to win this dream home for just £2 a ticket.

Stamp duty up to £91,250 is covered, including second home duty and your legal fees up to a maximum of £1,200.  This would be a huge bill normally and all that worry is taken care of.

St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House (registered charity number 256789) will benefit from 10% of gross sales and there is no limit to the size of the donation. 

There is also no limit to the number of tickets you can buy, so the more you have the greater your chance of winning this life changing prize.  

We permit one free entry per person and all entries are treated equally. If the minimum number of paid entries is not reached, there will be a cash prize based on 80% of net ticket sales! The charity will receive 10% of gross ticket sales however many tickets are sold!

Enter now for your chance to win the prize of a lifetime and help a great cause in the process.

Closing date 30th November 2020

IN SUPPORT OF

Every day and night, St Barnabas House works tirelessly to provide vital care for dying people and their families, both at the hospice near Worthing and in their own homes. For nearly 50 years, the hospice has been part of the local community, providing care and support for people when they need it most. Similarly, Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice has been there for children with life-shortening conditions and their families across Sussex for the last 17 years. No one is ever charged for the care they receive at St Barnabas House or Chestnut Tree House, but very little of their funding comes from the government. The hospices rely heavily on community support, through donations and fundraising.

IN THE MEDIA

£1.25m Dream Home Prize
Draw supports local hospices

“A new Dream Home Prize Draw has launched this week, offering people the chance to win a four-bedroom house by the sea worth over £1million, while also supporting two hospices in Sussex.” … Read more

Recognised by
Amy Hart

“Amy Hart helps promote launch of new Dream Home Prize Draw where someone can win a home by the sea worth over £1m, while also supporting local hospices.” … Read more

Love Island’s Amy Hart
offers chance to own £1.2m
dream home for just £2

“A £1.2million dream home by the coast is being offered in a prize draw promoted by Love Island’s Amy Hart to raise vital funds for two Sussex hospices.” … Read more

Man raffles £1.25M
four-bedroom Sussex
home on exclusive estate

“Peter Pearce, from Goring-by-sea, bought the unusual former water tower, which sits in the private estate of Kingston Gorse and is nestled amid the beautiful seaside location of East Preston, in 2000.” … Read more

How to win a
£1.25 million home
for less than a pint

“Painter’s Keep in West Sussex could be yours for just £2” … Read more

You could bag this
incredible £1.25million
pad… for just £2

“IF YOU’VE imagined yourself living in your own £1.25million mansion then you might be in luck” … Read more