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Guests dig deep for charity at the B&LLAs

£4,400 raised will be split equally between The Light Fund and Amnesty International.

The coffers of The Light Fund and Amnesty International were given a boost last week, with generous guests at the Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards digging deep for the traditional raffle.

Around £4,400 was raised during the event, which was held at the London Hilton on Park Lane on Thursday April 25.

The amount will be divided equally between the licensing industry charity and Amnesty International.

The raffle was drawn by LIMA’s UK md Kelvyn Gardner.

A host of big name prizes were kindly donated from a range of companies for the raffle.

These included two tickets for prestigious golf tournament The Open (donated by TSBA Group) which was won by Julia Redman, head of buying kidswear, Kylie, menswear and homeware at M&Co (pictured above).

Other prizes included a luxury Champagne Experience on the Coca-Cola London Eye for up to 19 people; £500 of FatFace vouchers; a Diamond Roc  luxury jacket in calf leather; a collection of products from Blisshome’s Nadiya Hussain Make Life Colourful homewares range; a bespoke manicure from Sophie Harris-Greenslade; tickets for Historic Royal Palaces’ properties; £500 worth of eve products; exclusive headphones and two cases of wine.

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