Quiz & Raffle Night Fundraiser

Last Updated:
February 2, 2023

Friday 11th November 2022 – Quiz & Raffle night at Hucclecote Community Centre, 58 Hucclecote Rd, Gloucester GL3 3RT

This fabulous fundraiser has been kindly organised by Lianne and Nadia who both wanted to raise funds for a charity.  After asking work colleagues for suggestions on which charity to nominate they settled on Scoo-B-Doo which was nominated by Steven who’s daughter was born prematurely.

Steven’s daughter, Annabelle, was born in Southmead Bristol at 25+1 weighing just 1lb 12oz.

She stayed in Southmead hospital for seven weeks before coming closer to home to Gloucester  Royal, where she spent another Six weeks learning how to feed from a bottle, bathe and stabilise her  own temperature. She came home on an oxygen tank at just over Three months old at the end of  November 2016. When Annabelle came home, they relied lots on the unit, the oxygen lady and her  consultant. Annabelle has had Two operations, one being her tonsils and adenoids taken out and the  other was heart surgery for her PDA. She’s now Six years old and the healthiest she’s ever been, on  target at school and has a good set of friends and does some clubs! Stephen & his Wife Jess will be  forever grateful to all the Doctors, Nurses and Scoo-B-Doo.

Steven & Jess have joined forces with Lianne & Nadia and as a team of four they are in full swing organising  the event.  “We have been overwhelmed with the support of local business’ for  raffle prizes donated and their time in helping out. We are looking forward to the night now and are  hoping to raise as much as we possibly can!”

A fantastic range of prizes are up for grabs including tickets to see Justin Bieber, Superdry Hoodies, a weekend away, family photoshoot and lots more! Prizes will be drawn on the evening of 11th November 2022.

All tickets to the quiz have now been sold but raffle tickets are still available.  Please email charityraffle1111@outlook.com for more information.

Run entirely by volunteers
Donations fund 80% of the life-saving equipment used every day in Gloucester Royal Hospital's Special Care Baby Unit.