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Treasure Hunt Results

The results of the 1st YCST Treasure Hunt


Please see below the final standings and report for the Summer Treasure Hunt 2004 in aid of YCST organised by Trust Member & City Fan Ian Tyssen.


York City Supporters' Trust would like to pass on their most sincere thanks to Ian for his fundraising efforts. His commitment and enthusiasm is much appreciated and the amount of time and effort he dedicated to the Hunt is clearly shown by its success and popularity.


Thank you Ian!


 


The 'Summer 2004 Family Treasure Hunt' in aid of the York City Supporters' Trust has now come to a very successful conclusion. Just under 400 question papers were sold by a small team of City fans at a number of locations over the summer. The total amount raised for the Trust is a fantastic 802.


Around 50 completed answer sheets were returned before the 1st September deadline to be marked and here is a list of the winners ...


Carole, Ivor, Sarah and Katherine, a team of staff from New Earswick Primary School, 'captained' by Carole Farrar from Bishopthorpe, won the main prize consisting of the following items:


A selection of confectionery and coffee products from Nestle


A 10 Gift Voucher for Browns of York


A half price Bouncy Castle hire from Party Pieces (York) Ltd


A tinned Fruit Cake donated by Bettys


A Teddy Bear, which has been donated by Debenhams


A Kit Kat Goody Bag (including Sports bag, Picnic set, Beach towel,


Mug, Watch, Pencil tin and a varied selection of Kit Kat products)


from Nestle


A set of His & Hers watches from an anonymous donor


A 5 Gift Voucher for Sainsbury's donated by the Monks Cross store


The runners-up were as follows...


2nd - J F Gibson of Strensall won a Performance Power Pressure Washer (PWR 1650 PWC) donated by B&Q Warehouse


3rd - Peter George of South Bank won a Main Course, Dessert and glass of Chianti for 2 at Marzano in Lendal


4th - Phil & Carol Deighton of Knapton won 2 tickets to see the Bootleg Beatles at the Grand Opera House on Friday 3rd December 2004


5th - Malcolm Dixon of Heworth won a Radio Controlled Car (Vodafone AMG Mercedes CLK-DTM-2002) donated by Mercedes Benz of York


6th - Roy Anderson of Acomb won a Hamper of products from Asda's Extra Special range


7th - B Williamson of Fulford won a Kit Kat Goody Bag (including Sports bag, Picnic set, Beach towel, Mug, Watch, Pencil tin and a varied selection of Kit Kat products) from Nestle


8th - Geoffrey Woodall of Fulford also won a Kit Kat Goody Bag (including Sports bag, Picnic set, Beach towel, Mug, Watch, Pencil tin and a varied selection of Kit Kat products) from Nestle


9th - Matthew Whattam & Caroline Parkinson of Askham Richard won 2 Popular Stand tickets for a York City Football Club league game in the 2004/2005 season


10th - Yvonne Forman of Woodthorpe won a half price Bouncy Castle hire from Party Pieces (York) Ltd


11th - Ruth Laird of York won a selection of confectionery products from Nestle


12th - Ray Calpin of Dringhouses won a selection of confectionery products from Nestle


13th - Mike Elsworth of Stockton-on-Forest won a selection of Nescafe coffee products (including a Nescafe mug) from Nestle


14th - Penny Hutchinson of York won a selection of confectionery products from Nestle


15th - L Fulcher of Dunnington won a Teddy Bear, which has been donated by Woolworth's


16th - L Hutchinson of Heslington won a selection of confectionery products from Nestle


17th - Clive Howell of Haxby won a selection of confectionery products from Nestle


18th - Paul Anderson of Acomb won a family ticket (2 adults 2 children) for the York Dungeon, which is valid until 31st December 2004


I will be making contact with all of the winners as soon as possible to arrange delivery of their prizes.


Special thanks go to Kirsten for her encouragement at the start of the project and all those individuals who helped to sell the question papers during the summer (Ruth, Chris, Peter, Steve, Tim (& wife), Phil, Shaun (my nephew) and Tony (my dad)). Also, many thanks to Keith, Louise and Jean at the Football Club for their assistance.


Nestle, the Evening Press, Asda and Lister's Newsagents (Bishopthorpe) were very helpful in publicising the event and the prize donations from various businesses were invaluable.


A new improved Treasure Hunt will return in 2005. I have plenty of new ideas but would truly appreciate any suggestions or offers of help.


Also, if you have contacts in businesses which could help us to obtain prize donations or you are aware of events (school / village fairs) at which we could sell question papers, please contact me by e-mail at ian.tyssen@btinternet.com. Let's target even more non City fans with our fundraising in future."


Ian Tyssen

 
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