Win £500 before Christmas

Rivervale, the one stop shop in Sussex for all vehicles, have launched a fun competition that everyone can get involved with, for a chance to win £500 – just in time for Christmas!

The team at Rivervale, have hidden 20 Christmas items inside a festively wrapped car, and to enter the competition, all you need to do is correctly guess five of them.

As well as giving the lucky winner £500, Rivervale will also donate £500 to local children’s hospice, Chestnut Tree House. Speaking about why they chose to support the charity, Bud Johnston, Group Marketing Manager at Rivervale Cars Ltd, said: “After visiting Chestnut Tree House and hearing more about the vital work they do, there was no hesitation in supporting them.”

The competition coincides with the company’s fifth anniversary in their purpose-built Rivervale House in Portslade. “Celebrating a five-year milestone is a significant achievement for any business,” says Bud. “However, if we’ve learned anything over the last two years, it’s that supporting one another is simply a must, and in this turbulent climate, charities have been hit really hard.”

Hannah Seltzer, Corporate Fundraiser at Chestnut Tree House, said: “The generosity of the local community makes children’s hospice care possible. It costs Chestnut Tree House over £4 million every year to provide hospice care for children in Sussex and South East Hampshire and very little of this comes from central government. It is thanks to support from individuals and businesses – donating, fundraising, visiting our charity shops – that children and families have the chance to live life to the full and say goodbye in the way that is right for them. Rivervale’s kindness and support for Chestnut Tree House and the children we care for is inspiring, and we wish everyone the best of luck in the competition!”

To enter the competition and be in with a chance of winning £500, search ‘Rivervale Chat’ on Facebook and comment on their competition post (Terms and Conditions apply).

Image of a care wrapped in Christmas wrapping paper