FANCY winning a new set of wheels?

Martin House Hospice Care for Children and Young People has launched its annual grand car raffle.

Since it initially launched in 2011, the annual grand car raffle has raised more than £275,000 for the charity's work caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions.

Christine Talbot, an ambassador for Martin House and ITV news presenter, launched the recent raffle for a brand new Citroen C1 which one lucky person could win for just a £1 ticket.

"Martin House is such a special place, and brings so much joy and comfort to families, it’s a pleasure to launch its 2019 car raffle," said Christine.

As well as caring for children and young people, Martin House also supports families; offers respite stays; end of life care and provides bereavement support for families.

The car, which comes with a three-year warranty and servicing, has been provided by Haribo and Evans Halshaw Citroen Leeds. Proceeds of the raffle will go towards supporting Martin House families.

Lucy Pickford, head of fundraising at Martin House, said: “We can’t thank Haribo and Evans Halshaw Citroen Leeds enough. They have sponsored the car raffle from the very start, which has made a huge difference to us and the families we support.”

Julie Beaman, from the Corporate Communications Team at Haribo, said: “Year after year we see the wonderful work that is delivered by Martin House and are pleased to be able to do our bit to help raise money and make a difference.

“Martin House is a fantastic charity and we invite everyone to get involved in the raffle, who knows you could be the one driving away with a brand new car!”

Peter Dean, dealer principal at Evans Halshaw Citroen Leeds, said: “We’re proud to continue our support for Martin House, to help their incredible staff keep caring for children and young people.”

Tickets are on sale at Martin House charity shops and online - visit

. Deadline for entry is Monday July 22 and the prize will be drawn on Friday July 26.