I recently gave away a couple of tickets to the BFI Doctor Who 50th anniversary screening for the 9th Doctor as a thank you for donating to my charity fundraising. Well, I’ve got a spare pair of tickets for the screening of Doctor Who: The Movie at BFI Southbank on Saturday 5th October too. So I’m going to give them away again! Paul McGann’s only on-screen appearance as the Doctor – and he’s going to be there! Tickets for this screening are sold out, so this might be a good chance to get your hands on some.
My Malawi Mission is to climb the highest mountain in southern Africa to raise money for the AMECA Trust, which helps provide better health care in Africa. I am going to get bitten by a lot of insects and generally have a tough time of it. I’ll also be seeing the work of the AMECA Trust first hand and be taking part in a community project to build a school.
Just donate £5 (or more!) to my charity fund between 9th September and 22nd September, mentioning “BFI” in the message to be in with a chance to get your hands on the tickets. Remember to leave your e-mail address when you donate: Don’t donate anonymously!
If you are a UK tax payer, please give using Gift Aid. This helps charities reclaim a whopping 20% extra on top of the amount you donate.
I’ll pull a lucky winner out of the virtual hat, e-mail them for a postal address and post the tickets to them.
Terms and Conditions
- You are donating to support the work of The AMECA Trust, Registered Charity, No. 1121240. You are not paying any money for the tickets.
- All donations including anonymous donations are accepted in good faith. Refunds are not possible.
- Each eligible donation will be entered into the draw once. You may donate multiple times to increase your chances.
- The winner must provide a delivery address by Friday 27th September.
- I will cover the cost of first class registered postage to anywhere in the UK.
- My decision on the winner is final.
- No cash alternative offered.
- You are responsible for getting yourself and your guest to the BFI Southbank, London on 5th October. And remembering the tickets.
- This charity draw isn’t endorsed by the BFI nor the AMECA Trust.
- The BFI’s standard T&Cs apply.
- You can’t resell BFI tickets for more than their face value (£11 each). This is not an attempt to subvert that and the same rule applies to the winner.
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