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Phuket Red Cross Fair returns

Phuket Red Cross Fair returns

PHUKET: The annual Phuket Red Cross Fair will return to Saphan Hin Park from December 26 to January 5 with a Toyota Vios valued at B700,000 as the top prize of its renowned lucky draw.

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By Tanyaluk Sakoot

Monday 7 December 2015, 05:30PM


Vassana Tipayapongtada, wife of Phuket Governor Chamroen Tipayapongtada and president of the Phuket Red Cross, hands donations Thalang Police Superintendent Col Chanuchan Cholsuwat to hand to his officers affected by the Thalang riot in October. Photo: Phuket Red Cross

Vassana Tipayapongtada, wife of Phuket Governor Chamroen Tipayapongtada and president of the Phuket Red Cross, hands donations Thalang Police Superintendent Col Chanuchan Cholsuwat to hand to his officers affected by the Thalang riot in October. Photo: Phuket Red Cross

Second will be a Toyota Hilux Revo Smart Cab pick-up truck, while three third-prize winners will each receive a motorbike.

Other prizes include cash, gold necklaces, iPhones and bicycles.

The 11-day fair features hundreds of local stalls selling a variety of hand-crafted goods and other items, and every night live entertainment, including performances by some of Thailand’s top singers and celebrities.

To purchase lucky draw tickets or for more information about the fair, contact the Phuket Red Cross at 076-211766 or 087-2767591.

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