A shop, a three-bedroom holiday let and a market garden in a picturesque village are all up for grabs for just £25 after the owners decided to raffle off their £325,000 business
- Dylan Baines and partner Debbie Jones have decided to raffle their business
- Terms and conditions state that a minimum of 100,000 tickets have to be sold
- One of the main aims of the competition is to raise money for Cancer Research
A shop, a three-bedroom holiday let and market garden worth £325,000 is being raffled off for £25 a ticket.
Dylan Baines and partner Debbie Jones have decided to raffle their business called in a picturesque village in Wales.
For a £25 raffle ticket you could win the Meirion Stores and Post Office, complete with spacious three-bedroom accommodation and a newly refurbished holiday let in Llangernyw, Conwy.
The property also comes with an established market garden and the shop vehicle has been thrown in for good measure.
Dylan Baines and partner Debbie Jones have decided to raffle their business called Meirion Stores and Post Office (pictured above), in Llangernyw, Conwy
The owners have valued the business at £325,000 and to win the prize, entrants have to correctly answer the question: ‘How long has a shop been trading at these premises Merion Stores and Post Office Llangernyw?’. A winner will be chosen randomly on March 31.
In terms and conditions the owners have stipulated that a minimum of 100,000 tickets have to be sold for the competition to go ahead.
Speaking to the Daily Post 47-year-old Mr Baines said that he would let the business go if a minimum of 50,000 tickets were sold and highlighted that one of the main aims of the competition was to raise money for Cancer Research.
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‘We have had interest from as far away as India.
‘We decided to do this after I had a cancer scare and my brother is unwell, although I’m not sure what we are going to do afterwards but I can imagine Debbie and I will stay in the village.’
‘I’ll let it go if we sell at least 50,000 tickets that would raise £1.2m, it would cover our costs and raise £100,000 for Cancer Research, a lot of money will go to pay HMRC.
Dylan Baines (pictured above) said that he would let the business go if £50,000 tickets were sold
‘It’s an amazing opportunity for someone, as it’s a profitable business that will be mortgage free and the village of Llangernyw is lovely with a great community.’
‘We’ve ran the business for six years, and will be very sad to leave.’
In the terms and conditions it states: ‘All entries to the competition are final and no refunds shall be made at any time or for any reason, except in the case of entries submitted after the closing date.
‘If the minimum number of paid entries to the competition is not equal to the number of paid entries received as at the closing date, the competition will close and the proceeds will either be deemed sufficient to award the house as a prize at the discretion of the promoters, or the remaining funds will be allocated as a cash prize to a winner after the deduction of any expenses and marketing fees.’
Inside the shop and post office in Conwy which is being raffled off
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