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The Light Fund adds £5k from PPS Awards raffle

Star prize of Thunderbirds pinball machine is won by Nickelodeon’s Samuel Alexander.

The raffle held at last week’s Progressive Preschool Awards raised £5,000 for industry charity, The Light Fund.

The star prize – which was a special Thunderbirds pinball machine (worth £5,000) kindly donated by ITV – was won by Samuel Alexander, licensing manager for FMCG and promotions at Viacom Nickelodeon Consumer Products.

The raffle was drawn by Mark Slater-Hyndman, general manager of Alpha Animation & Toys, the headline sponsor of the event (pictured above with Progressive Preschool’s publishing director, Rob Willis).

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