SSAFA raffle limited edition poppy for Project Cirrus
As part of Fraser Corsan’s fundraising for Project Cirrus, his mission to break four world records and raise as much money for SSAFA as possible, Fujitsu and SSAFA are offering the chance to win a sought after ceramic poppy. The poppy, from the poignant ‘Bloodswept Lands and Seas of Red’ installation at the Tower of London in 2014, is one of 888,246 poppies with each one representing a British or Commonwealth life lost during the First World War.
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Tickets to enter cost £5 each and the competition runs from 12th April – 31st May 2017 after the completion of Fraser’s amazing jumps.
The winner will be drawn at random and contacted after the raffle has closed and the poppy comes in a decorated cardboard box and contains a certificate which verifies its authenticity.
For more information on Fraser’s amazing world record attempts and to read more about Project Cirrus please visit the website.