Beal’s First Charity Event of the Year!

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Over the weekend of 11th and 12th May 2019, some of Beal’s Estate Agents staff attended the Naomi House Bubble Rush event in Southsea and the Padnell Infant School Fayre to promote and sell some raffle tickets to win an MG MG3.

Along with Richmond Motor Group, Beal’s have donated the car to Naomi House & Jacksplace Hospice to be used in their annual lottery.

We managed to sell a combined total of over 400 tickets to kickstart the campaign which will run until 13th December 2019 when the lucky winner of a new MG3 will be announced.

The car will be travelling to a lot more events over the course of this year so don’t miss out. You can purchase some tickets to support this great cause at any of the event as well as being able to purchase online (coming soon).

For more information about when and where our events will take place please visit www.beals.co.uk/naomi or register with us to find out when our online tickets will be available to purchase

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