Win A House and Car in Wicklow to host Open Day this Saturday

The Open House Day for Glenealy GAA’s spectacular prize draw where a house and car worth €330,000 is up for grabs, is back again this weekend, giving potential winners or those simply wanting to see the stunning property before entering the competition the chance to see the blank canvass and imagine how they’d decorate the house.

The viewing will take place on Saturday 19th March from 10am – 2pm at The Anchor, Monkton Row, Wicklow Town.

The 2-bed home, with dedicated parking, is one of three houses in an exclusive in fill development built by the renowned Wicklow Cosy Homes. Just a short stroll from Wicklow Town main street, this home is close to all amenities, services and facilities – and of course, the sea!

And that’s not all – we’re also giving away a brand new car too for you to park in the driveway of your new home. The VW Golf Life Hybrid Automatic showcases a refreshed exterior, with intricately designed headlights and a wider profile, alongside superior technology to give you a hatchback in a class of its own. It’s smooth and refined – exactly as you want it to be – and it backs this up with strong efficiency helped by its electrification.

Tickets for the draw cost €100 with the monies raised going towards the improvement of the club’s amenities and facilities helping to further service the local community and the game of hurling and camogie. The pandemic has shown us just how important the local communities around us are and our clubs.

Ticket sales have proven to be very popular but there still are limited tickets available to grab at with the draw taking place on Easter Sunday.

Speaking about the fundraiser, a spokesperson for Glenealy GAA Club said: “We were delighted in June 2020 to finally commence work on our new grounds. It has been a long struggle – but we never gave in and we used the stumbling blocks as stepping stones. Every setback made us more determined to achieve our goal to have a state of the art facilities for the whole of the community in Glenealy.”

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