Enter the competition

To enter into this competition please click on the ticket button below. You will then have to choose the amount of tickets you wish to buy and also fully complete the personal information needed for the ticket. To be entered into the competition successfully you must also answer the following question.

Every 3 minutes someone in the UK develops Dementia. We all know someone affected by Dementia. 1 in 3 children born last year will develop dementia. It doesn’t just affect older people, younger people of working age can be too. Irrespective of background, income or ethnicity. 33k is the average cost of private care and the majority of which has to be paid for by families (as classed as a social condition and not medical condition).

Every £5 ticket counts towards our goal of raising £1 million* for the UnityDEM programme in an endowment fund to secure a service, to hold off that private care for a few vital years to give support and enable research to try to stop Dementia.

So we thank you for support and ask you to share this with others.

In the 1800’s, what did Northampton become well known for manufacturing?
A) Footwear B) Eyewear C) Underwear

Please note we are currently unable to accept international entries to the competition. Please check back regularly for updates.

For free entry please download the form here and send the fully completed form and post via 1st Class mail to the following address: 26 Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, NN3 3AD, UK.

Please note, only one free entry will be entered into the contest per household, entries without correct and sufficient postage paid will not be accepted. Entries received after the contest deadline will not be included.

By entering this contest you declare that you have read and agree to the terms and conditions of entry.

Download free entry form

 

Download free entry form

Please remember that this is a competition to raise a lot of money for charity. If you wish to purchase tickets for the competition then please enter the competition.

 

To proceed to download the free entry form, download the form here