Prizes mean boost for NHS and ex service personnel

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PEAK Prizes, a South Essex-run prize competition company has just been launched and is hoping to have a positive impact on local charities, the NHS and ex service personnel.

Peak Prizes was started by William Routledge and Patrick and Lois Smith with the aim of offering UK residents the chance to win prizes at a fraction of their retail value.

They announced their first winner on 25th April who delightedly became the owner of a pair of Apple AirPods for just £1.50. Ticket prices vary depending on the prize and entry is very simple, customers can register at www.peakprizes.co.uk, choose up to ten ticket numbers and once they have correctly answered a quick skill based question and completed payment they will be entered into the draw.

There is also a free postal entry route for those who wish to do so.

Peak Prizes, based in leigh on Sea, have announced they will be donating a percentage of their profits to a predetermined charity every six months. P

Patrick served with the Royal Anglian regiment for six years and is looking forward to being able to donate to a charity that helps ex forces personnel. William has previously partaken in beach clean ups and wishes to donate to a plastic pollution charity.

Currently they have promised 10% of their profits for the first six months to the NHS to help support those on the front line fighting against coronavirus.

In order to support Peak Prizes and help increase their donations please visit www.peakprizes.co.uk or find them on social media @peakprizesuk.