Work Panel Ltd, who manage the Bryn Eirias and Plas Eirias Business Centres in Colwyn Bay, are organising a Christmas Jumper Day on December 10th for all staff. As part of their festive fundraising efforts, they will also be organising two St David’s Hospice ‘Find Enfys’ competitions for their staff.
‘Find Enfys’ is this year’s St David’s Hospice Christmas Advent Calendar Competition. It is a fun competition for friends, families and work colleagues and is a great way to raise funds for their local Hospice and hopefully win some great festive prizes including an ‘Enfys’ the female Great Orme Goat toy!
Adrian Owen, Community Fundraiser at St David’s Hospice encourages everyone to take part.
“We provide everything you need for this easy fundraising activity. You will receive a game sheet and goat toy prizes. The sheet has 24 baubles on, and Enfys is hid behind one of them. The person who guesses the correct numbered bauble will win their very own Enfys and a Christmas goody bag. We ask that everyone who takes part makes a minimum £2 donation to the Hospice.”
“Thank you to Maria Neild, Jan and Ron Seymour, Maxine Burton and The Blakemore Foundation for donating the prizes in the goodies bags and hampers. They have been extremely generous and we are very appreciative of their support.”
Gareth Jones at Bryn Eirias, Work Panel Ltd is helping to organise the fundraising day for St David’s Hospice. He said:
’We wanted to support St David’s because of the support myself and my family received from the Hospice and that it is a local charity supporting local communities’.
To support Work Panel’s fundraising day go to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/work-panel-christmas-jumper
If you would like to organise your own ‘Find Enfys’ competition’ and receive an entry poster please call Adrian Owen Conwy Community Fundraiser on 01492 873674 or email firstname.lastname@example.org All proceeds from the advent calendar competition go to St Davids Hospice and is running throughout December up to 17th December.
PHOTO CAPTIONS – Shauna from Plas Eirias (modelling one of the Hospice’s Great Orme Goats Christmas Jumpers ) and Gareth Jones from Bryn Eirias