Block A, Centre House
Thursday 12th July 2012
Free and Bad Company's Paul Rogers is raffling rare band memorabilia to help keep an animal sanctuary open.
The singer/songwriter and founding member of Free, who later joined Bad Company, will be donating photos, instruments and books to raise funds for the Willows Animal Sanctuary, in Aberdeen.
Paul, who is a patron of the charity along with his wife Cynthia Kereluk, is supporting the sanctuary's appeal to raise enough money to keep it open.
Willows looks after 300 welfare animals that have been refused a home by other centres as they were either injured, old, handicapped or abused resulting in bad behaviour, but the centre is due to run out of funds at the end of July.
Animal-lover Paul said: "If we can manage to get through the next year I believe we will have beaten the odds and Willows will be on more solid ground for a secure future."
The raffle will feature 12 items including an autographed acoustic guitar signed by Paul, a personal autographed tambourine, a Bad Company autographed LP of Run With The Pack, and an autographed limited edition photo of Paul.
Two envelopes with mystery prizes can also be won in the raffle, which takes place on August 28.
Tickets cost £2 each. To purchase raffle tickets using PayPal visit http://www.willowsanimals.com.
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