Woodlodge raises ?1,000 for Greenfingers Charity with fire pit raffle

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Woodlodge,?the UK?s leading supplier of garden pots, experts in horticulture products and gardenware, has raised almost ?1,000 for Greenfingers Charity through a raffle hosted at GLEE 2016.

Celebrating the fifth year of supporting Greenfingers Charity, Woodlodge sold raffle tickets throughout the show in aid of the organisation dedicated to creating magical gardens for children who spend time in hospices.

The lucky winner received an exceptional selection of alcoholic delights piled high in Woodlodge?s Glastonbury fire pit, which is part of the newly launched Rustic Burner collection.

Michael Wooldridge, director at Woodlodge, commented:??The high level of engagement from this year?s GLEE attendees was fantastic and we?re thankful to everyone who got involved with the raffle. Greenfingers Charity is a very valuable organisation and it?s an honour to support its inspiring work again this year.?

Linda Petrons, head of fundraising at Greenfingers Charity, said:??We are delighted that Woodlodge once again supported Greenfingers at GLEE with the boozy FUNdraiser. It?s a great way to raise awareness of our work and the money raised will make a real difference, helping Greenfingers Charity continue creating magical gardens for children who spend time in hospices across the UK.”

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