Ukrainian Aid: fabulous prizes that you can win

This is your final chance to be involved in the rail industry’s biggest prize draw and help to support the RAIL Ukraine Appeal, raising money for this year’s National Rail Awards charity - British-Ukrainian Aid.

For the past six weeks, the Railway Family Prize Draw has been revealing exclusive ‘money can’t buy’ prizes - and here are the latest 16:

■ Two nights for two people to the unique 4* Old Railway Station in West Sussex (Unipart Rail).

■ First Class family tickets - up to two adults and two children (Avanti).

■ Cab ride with DB Cargo.

■ Railcam live goodie pack, including a subscription.

■ 2 x First Class tickets on East Midlands Railway network.

■ Behind the scenes tour of Hitachi Rail’s Craigentinny depot.

■ Trip for two with Maid of the Forth Tours.

■ Cab ride with GB Railfreight.

■ Simulator experience with MTR.

■ Original artwork from Arlo’s Adventures.

■ MHFA aid place with Andy Elwood.

■ Hotel Chocolat Hamper (Rail Forum).

■ Freightliner Class 66 model locomotive

■ DRS limited edition Class 68 and Mk 2 coach

■ c2c day out for four to Southend, including train tickets, adventure island and sea life centre.

■ c2c cab ride from Fenchurch Street via the Essex coast to Shoeburyness.


For every £10 you donate, you will be allocated a number. You can enter as many times as you like.

To enter, visit

We are also offering a truly unique prize: a luxury lunch with Network Rail Chief Executive Andrew Haines, and Chris Green, creator of the ScotRail brand, the managing director at InterCity before privatisation, and former chief executive at Virgin Trains, where he introduced the new Pendolino and Voyager fleets.

Nina Lockwood, founder and director at Intuitive Talent Solutions, who offered this magnificent prize, will be joining the lunch as host.

Tickets to this exclusive raffle are £50 each. Enter at

In addition, an exclusive raffle will take place on the night of the National Rail Awards.

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