Win a House and Car in Wicklow, on behalf of Glenealy GAA, are excited to announce there’s just days to go until someone becomes the owner of a brand new home – by the sea – and can park up with a shiny new car too! They say nothing beats living by the sea, from an active lifestyle with leisurely walks or even a dip in the sea, to the fresh sea air and of course plenty of Vitamin D!
On Easter Monday the highly anticipated draw will take place where the winner of this €330,000 prize will be announced – and get the keys to their brand new two-bed Townhouse located at The Anchor, Monkton Row, Wicklow Town. It’s 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. Wicklow is a vibrant and busy town with many restaurants, cafes, bars and shops to enjoy, as well as an array of sports and leisure clubs and facilities. The Wicklow Pier, Black Castle and South Quay are all located within a short stroll from the front door, with the Blue Flag Brittas Bay Beach and scenic Glendalough mere minutes drive away.
And if the winner doesn’t fancy the short walk they can head to the Town in their brand new car – a VW Golf Life Hybrid Automatic. The car 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.
While tickets, which cost €100, are in hot demand the last remaining few can be snapped up now before they sell out on our official website – which is winahouseandcarinwicklow.com
At the heart of this amazing competition is a local GAA club that is an important part of the Wicklow community. All proceeds go to the improvement of Glenealy GAA’s amenities and facilities helping to further service the local community and the game of hurling and camogie.
Club spokesperson Séamus O’Neill 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 facility for the whole of the community in Glenealy.”