Cardiff Twestival 2011 Super Sonic MEGA Raffle!
13 March 2011
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 Fed up with raffles taking forever and still not winning anything? Want to pay a couple of quid and win prizes that will blow your mind? Then you need...

 
Cardiff Twestival 2011 Super Sonic MEGA Raffle!
 
We've put together 3 totally awesome prize packages that 3 lucky people will be walking away with and all for the measly price of £2 a ticket!
 
Tickets are available here:  http://uk.amiando.com/Twestival2011_cardiff
 
Whether you can make the actual event on the night or not you can still enter and do your bit for charity by buying online raffle tickets between now and March 24th. If you're not there on the night fear not we'll first send you a congratulatory message by psychic link, then follow it up with an email/text to let you know how blooming lucky you are & get the prizes to you.
 
FIRST PLACE PRIZE PACKAGE
 
1 x pair of bmibaby.com flights
5 x 2 pairs of tickets to any event at the Mach Comedy Fest
A pair of tickets to Warpaint gig courtesy of  Sŵn
Meal for 2 at Bangkok Cafe
A pair of tickets to Darwin Deez gig courtesy of Sŵn
A pair of tickets to The Junket Club
Dizzyjam T-shirt of your choice
A Teething Bling gift set
 
and MORE to be announced!
 
 
SECOND PLACE PRIZE PACKAGE
 
1 x pair of bmibaby.com flights
Meal for 2 + bottle of wine at Gwdihw Cafe Bar
A pair of tickets to Metronomy gig courtesy of Sŵn
Meal for two to the value of £20 at Garlands
Pair of tickets to any show at The Gate
Cake and tea-based gin laden cocktails for 2 at Thé Pot
Dizzyjam T-shirt of your choice
An Elvis Pinny from Milkwood Gallery
A Teething Bling gift set
 
and MORE to be announced!
 
 
THIRD PLACE PRIZE PACKAGE
 
1 x pair of bmibaby.com flights
Meal for 2 at The Live Lounge
A pair of tickets to Earth gig courtesy of Sŵn
A pair of tickets to Young Rebel Set gig courtesy of Sŵn
2 x guest-list places to Gwdihw Cafe Bar
£20 voucher for the Rules of Play
Bottle of sparkling welsh wine from Wally's Delicatessen
Dizzyjam T-shirt of your choice
A Teething Bling gift set
 
and MORE to be announced!
 
 
Every penny raised will be going to local charity Cardiff Foodbank an amazing charity who help feed people in crisis in Cardiff and it means the money will stay really local too. You can find out a bit more about them here:http://www.cardifffoodbank.org.uk/
 
Don't forget to get your tickets to the event and raffle soon as we only have a limited amount. So spread the word and get your fingers crossed!
 
Tickets: http://uk.amiando.com/Twestival2011_cardiff
 
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Cardiff Twestival!
13 March 2011
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 Come join us at Gwdihw for a night of fun, frolics and top quality music!

 
Online tickets and raffle tickets: http://uk.amiando.com/Twestival2011_cardiff
 
About the event:
 
Cardiff Twestival, At Your Own Risk and  Zoo Pop Events brings you a night of madness, pure talent and some super ace prizes all in the name of charidee and raising money for local charity, Cardiff Foodbank.
 
Headline comes in the form of the supersonically talented Lewis Floyd Henry. After spending the past seven years busking around London, the multi-talented Lewis Floyd Henry has just released his debut album, and boy what an album it is.  Often compared to Jimi Hendrix due to his appearance, the 31-year-old Londoner not only sings and plays the guitar, but accompanies himself with a tambourine, a tiny foot-operated drum kit and a harmonica.  As you can imagine his live show is one not to be missed, so come earlier to ensure a seat.  (http://www.lewisfloydhenry.com/)
 
Support comes in the form of the musically gifted Ned Rundell, and there'll even be DJ's afterwards to keep the floor filled.  
 
All this and more for the measly advance ticket price of £4.
 
And if you can't make it on the night why not help by buying some raffle tickets online to be in with a chance of getting your sticky mitts on one of the 3 mega super sonic bags of prizes including flights to any of bmibaby's destinations! 
 
This year Cardiff Twestival will be supporting Cardiff Foodbank, an amazing charity who help feed people in crisis in Cardiff and it means the money will stay really local too. You can find out a bit more about them here:http://www.cardifffoodbank.org.uk/
 
Last year, with Cardiff's help, we raised just under £3,000 for the international charity Concern Worldwide and we are hoping, fingers crossed, to reach the same level of fundraising this year too for the Cardiff Foodbank. Every single penny raised will go to the charity and will be helping the people of Cardiff who need it most.
 
Thursday 24th March 2011
 
Doors 8pm
 
£4
 
Online tickets and raffle tickets: http://uk.amiando.com/Twestival2011_cardiff
 
 
Lewis Flloyd Henry -   http://www.lewisfloydhenry.com/
 
Cardiff Twestival - http://www.cftwestival.twestival.com/
 
At Your Own Risk - http://www.atyourownrisk.co.uk/
 
Zoo Pop Events - http://www.myspace.com/zoopopcardiff
Cardiff's chosen charity is...
5 March 2011
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After a lot of vote counting we can finally announce that this year the Cardiff Twestival will be supporting.... Cardiff Foodbank!  

Cardiff Foodbank is a part of the of The Trussell Trust’s network of over 90 charity foodbanks, including a growing number in Wales.  Cardiff Foodbank has fed over 1200 people, including 500 children, since opening up their doors in May 2010.  The foodbank helps both individuals and families who have suffered a crisis resulting in the inability to purchase food for themselves or their families. The crisis is caused by a sudden change in personal circumstances. All food is donated by the public and sorted by volunteers. Frontline care professionals such as doctors and social workers identify people in crisis and issue a food voucher. Clients receive three to five days of nutritionally balanced, non-perishable food in exchange for their food voucher and also signpost clients to other helpful services.

Ian Purcell, co-founder of Cardiff Foodbank told us a little bit about where the money raised by this years Twestival will go and how they will help the foodbank to continue to support the people of Cardiff.

"The numbers being fed are increasing month by month but for this to be sustained we need to find £800 per month (including £400 per month for the warehouse; £150 - £200 per month for a van to collect and deliver all donations of food;  £200 per month for general office, insurance costs and other fees). Your donations will enable Cardiff Foodbank to feed those in a short term crises such as debt, redundancy and domestic violence, resulting in reduced crime, less homelessness and preventing family breakdown. Thanks for your support as together we fight hidden hunger and restore hope"

Co-founder Karen Purcell went on to say of their involvement with Cardiff Twestival:

"As co-founder of the Cardiff Foodbank, I am delighted that we are to be recipients of the fundraising endeavours of Cardiff Twestival 2011. We may no longer always know who lives next door, nor their struggles, as we used to but the Twestival is an exciting C21st way of being a good neighbour by helping Cardiff Foodbank to fight hidden hunger and restore hope."

We already have a Justgiving page set up if you'd like to donate now, and keep your eyes peeled for our super mega raffle details which will be released soon.

http://www.justgiving.com/Twestival-Cardiff

Thanks for the support

Twestival Cardiff Team

 

 

 

 

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