RAISE a glass to Belinda Lancaster, the winner of the Omnia Property Group Master Cutler’s Challenge Gin Raffle.
The Sheffield property management specialist is taking part in the annual charity challenge which in 2019 is raising money for both St Luke’s and Rotherham Hospice.
And Belinda Lancaster, of Sheffield law firm Graysons was the winner of one of the first Omnia fundraising initiatives, a gin raffle which raised a total of £147.
The Omnia team have already held a Bake Off and a Dress Down Day in support of the challenge and with several members of staff about to embark on maternity leave, colleagues are also organising a fundraising baby sweepstake.
Also coming up is a static bike ride covering the distance from Sheffield to all Omnia’s other sites across the UK, including Swansea, Bournemouth, Newcastle and Scotland.
“This is the first time we have taken part in the Master Cutler’s Challenge and we are determined to make it a successful debut,” said Omnia Operations Director Amy Ryan.
“We’d like to thank everybody who took part in the gin raffle, especially our winner Belinda.
“Now we hope people are equally as generous as we prepare to saddle up and start our marathon bike ride as the Master Cutler’s Challenge really is supporting two fantastic causes and we are delighted to be taking part.”