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Cooking up a raffle for charity
Celebrity chefs are uniting to raise funds for children’s cancer charity Children with Leukaemia.
From 26 May, simply visit www.chefsunite.co.uk where you can buy raffle tickets for £10 per ticket. You will then be in with a chance of winning a whole host of fabulous prizes including:
- A trip to Paris for a banquet cooked by Ken Hom in his own home
- Dinner with Marco Pierre White at one of his Michelin-starred restaurants
- A peek inside the world of Heston Blumenthal with a visit to his experimental kitchen
- A cookery lesson with Antony Worrall Thompson in the comfort of your own kitchen
- An Italian masterclass with Antonio Carluccio at his London home.
The chefs taking part have all been moved by the courage shown by children suffering from leukaemia. Antony Worrall Thompson says: "I'm delighted to support such a worthy cause. Simply put, the more people who buy raffle tickets, the more the charity can invest in saving children’s lives. What's more, if you're a lucky winner, you might find me in your kitchen one day soon!"
Children with Leukaemia is the UK's leading charity dedicated to fighting Britain's biggest childhood cancer. The charity funds research into the causes, treatment and prevention of childhood leukaemia and provides welfare and support for leukaemic children and their families.
The raffle close at noon on 7 July 2010.
Chidlren with Leukaemia was launched by Diana, Princess of Wales in January 1988. The website is www.leukaemia.org
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