AN intrepid fundraiser who has sky dived and walked through fire has scooped a new car in a prize draw.

Win Bond has won St Luke's Hospice summer superdraw and driven off in a Ford Fiesta Trend worth more than £16,000, courtesy of Cliff Dickenson & Son Winsford.

"I can't believe I've won the car," said Win, from Bunbury. "It’s certainly the biggest thing I’ve ever won and I’m truly very grateful. For me, I buy the tickets as a way of supporting the hospice so to end up with the star prize is just brilliant."

The raffle raised more than £40,000 for the hospice.

Win is a keen supporter of St Luke’s, having taken part in their annual midnight walk and donated to their seasonal appeals but her charity commitment is much bigger than that.

“I have probably raised between £80,000 and £100,000 for charities, including North West Air Ambulance, Tarporley Hospital, Help the Aged and Prostate Cancer Research," said Win.

"My fundraising endeavours have included several sky dives, a wing walk, fire walk and a zip wire. I love keeping active and believe that it’s important for all of us to give a bit of something back.”

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Winsford Guardian:

Charity fundraiser Win Bond receives the keys to her new car from Chris Winward, managing director at Cliff Dickenson & Son

Andy Bailey, corporate partnerships manager at St Luke’s, said: ‘‘When you consider everything that Win has done for her local community, I don’t believe anyone would begrudge her winning this fantastic prize.

"I also have to say a huge thank you to Cliff Dickenson & Son for once again donating a brand new car, particularly with all the uncertainty facing local businesses at the moment.’’

Chris Winward, managing director at Cliff Dickenson & Son, said: "We are very proud to be part of the local community and we applaud the work done by St Luke’s, it really is a special place.

"By donating a car to the Summer Superdraw, the hospice has been able to raise over £40,000 in raffle ticket sales which goes to supporting more patients, so this is our way of giving something back.’’